Monthly Archives: June 2016

Why are some images just ‘not right’?

I’ve been drawing again. This is my drawing so far. I asked a random person for a response. The answer was: ‘I’m not sure’. So I turned the drawing upside down and asked the same question. The response was: ‘That’s … Continue reading

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The irony of art-student creativity

Today I have been drawing. This is the first time, beyond random sketches of people in coffee shops and on trains, that I’ve drawn for weeks. I love drawing. I love drawing more than any of the following: painting blogging … Continue reading

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And where is the rest of it?

This is a question I’ve been asked by more than one person (one of which was only six), about the work I have on display at the Fine Art Degree Show in Wolverhampton. I don’t mind that I’ve been asked … Continue reading

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