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Two small drawings

The weather was glorious and really hot in the sun but cool in the shade and breezy wherever I stood. I needed a day or at least an afternoon of making work for various reasons (health and stress related) so […]

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Drawing 3/3

Was down in Folkestone again today and did this drawing, following the 3 rules I’ve set myself. The element of time is probably the most important rule – the drawing ends when the time is up rather than when I think […]

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New drawings promised: 1/2

I promised two new drawings for a show at Brew in Folkestone in September and suddenly realised that time is getting short… So yesterday I went out to the Lower Leas Coastal Park to get one of them done. There […]

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Poppies, bees, the pond and another charcoal drawing

I remembered my charcoal this time and did a two-hour drawing in the shade by the pond. The drawing got darker as I went on; it was impossible not to reflect on politics and the Manchester bombing. Bright sunlight but dark day. […]

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Time to draw

I decided to go to the garden later in the day and although my decision had nothing to do with the weather as going later was already part of the plan, it turned out to be very fortuitous as the sun […]

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Spurn Drawings

monochromatic studies investigating how a 3D object is transformed on a 2D surface

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New Year, New Work

Ugh, the weather is so horrible that I wish I had a big studio in the house. My studio is actually very close and within walkable distance but sometimes inertia gets the better of me. However, I made it there […]

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A future of swarming robots?

(Post by Bettina) Having introduced Mike to my way of working it is now my turn to visit his workshop and see what he does.  The first thing I saw was the lathe and after a quick demonstration of what […]

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