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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: SCULPTURE IN THE CITY

Sculpture in the City is seeking a 2D artwork to be featured as part of a temporary site-specific installation within the public realm of the iconic Cheesegrater building in the City of London.

Job Collaborative projects

Come to the Table Open Call for Recipes

Come To The Table is collating a recipe book as part of our collaborative project which includes a series of online creative dinner parties as part of the Social ARTery.

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Drawings that die.

I’ve killed a drawing that I’ve been working on for years. This sort of thing happens a lot with me. Here is a short video about this drawing (click the link below to my youtube video to watch a short […]

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To Die For

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  • Venue:
    Noho Studios
  • From:
    November 26, 2020
  • To:
    November 29, 2020
  • Location:
    London
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Experiments in the home. 2D Processes

Running with the theme of investigations, i decided to look at the apple, in charcoal at first then moved into pastels. Placing it in various places in the Home. Eventually i began to think of the meaning of the apple […]

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Demons by Herati
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Demons by Herati

An outstanding classical siyah qalam drawing (soot and brush) on paper by 16th Century artist Muhammad Herati.

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Falling apart

“The work is to keep doing the work.” When I read that in Estés’ Women Who Run With Wolves I felt some kind of relief. It makes it ok to never actually be ok, or more accurately to never reach […]

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Towards abstraction

A good day at the end of a good week. I was looking for a box of pastels that I am sure that I have somewhere, I didn’t find the pastels, or rather – before I found the pastels – […]

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Talking about Drawing

I’ve made some short videos about my work for my YouTube channel (“Roy Eastland – Drawing”). These are unscripted short films of me showing some work in my studio space at home and talking about my ideas. If you’re interested […]

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12th June Rain stopped play!

The elements beat me. Overnight drawings were reducing to tiny scribbles. In the rain the paper swells, stopping the movement of the pen. So, that is the end of that little lockdown research project. I’ve blogged about it on my […]

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Zoom workshops with the Royal Drawing School

I have a commission to work on which is to make some drawings for a book but definitely not illustrations so I am really pleased I signed up for 2 online courses with the Royal Drawing School, both of which […]

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10th June, rainy and dull

When it rains the pens don’t draw. They do nothing, the oil based ink is simply halted. So the recordings on rainy days are very minimal.

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9th June, what the birds and wind drew

It was a warm and still day, wind mostly from the west. The baby birds are getting braver and visiting the feeder now. More birds visit the platform with the paper on too. Most of the movement comes from the […]

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