I was curious (and still am!)
Curious to see how my brain ( and pencils) would deal with drawing something so small, so delicate, so elusive. Read More
but all to do with art, pencils and horses.
Time and inspiration collided and this black and white image came to life. Read More
The vision of movement, using significant cropping to create drama, emphasize muscle (lots of muscle) , embrace tension, and graphite power was well formed. Read More
t was time for a new study. Read More
A study that my pencils have undertaken on more than one occasion but never with
A classic head portrait. Read More
For this new drawing, I went big and warped the rules of composition as much as possible.
I craved for a new angle. An angle that would emphasise all the strength and power of this amazing horse but also an angle that would defy compositional rules and regulations. Read More
After a very enjoyable encounter and "get to know you" drawing sessions, Wilma is off the drawing board and leaving the studio. Read More
Various shades of grey sprinkled with passion are what lie between the blank page and the finished drawing .... Read More
In a warm studio, over angled drawing board, outline subject and study eyes, movement and light. Add a pinch of passion and bring inner vision to a simmer. Read More