Drawing is important and fundamental to my art practice.
It begins essentially with the conscious act of observation and
the recognition of artistic possibilities.
Marguerite | Charcoal |
Study for Portrait | Charcoal | 42x47.5cm
Michael Addlesee |
Mindset | Charcoal | 56x59cm
Graham | Pencil
Rhythm of Pan | Charcoal | 88.5x112cm
Study for Camboulay | Charcoal | 58x69cm
Time | Charcoal & Chalk | 85.5x112cm
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I consider drawing an important foundation in my practice as an artist. Drawing is a conscious act of perception; it begins, with or without the use of drawing materials, when I look at any object with focused attention. From this experience drawing from memory becomes also a pleasurable experience.
My drawing sometimes begs an analytical process in the attempt to understand the form of an object and its relationship with the space it occupies; or it could be expressive, when the characteristic nature of the drawing material lends itself to experimental mark-making to express feeling responses. Often, though,
I apply both these approaches in the
For further information on commissions, my availability for exhibitions (solo, touring, or mixed), or for information about contributing poetry
to anthologies, public readings and workshops, please contact me in the first instance by email: