Featuring all 31 drawings together in one post.
If there is one single ‘truth’ in art it is that Practice is King.
Frustrated by drawing? An easy method to draw accurately.
What might we look like in a Post Humanism world? My dark creative mind immediately conjured a dystopian future. Yeah, pretty grim stuff but someone’s gotta do it.
In this final interview of the current series I am delighted to introduce you to the artwork of Australian artist Paul Hallam. Paul’s work is ‘bouncy’ vibrant and energetic, expressed in popular comic style art; a genre that is sadly often undervalued or underestimated in the art world.… Continue Reading “Artist Interview: Paul Hallam”
Australian artist Tracey Fletcher King is one of my top favourite contemporary artists. I simply adore her unique style of art. Tracey is a wonderful teacher whose enthusiasm and love for artistic expression instills confidence and pride in the work of her students. I could easily wax lyrical about how… Continue Reading “Artist Interview: Tracey Fletcher King”
I recently blogged about reclaiming the tradition of letter-writing, actual handwritten letters that are sent and received in the mail, something that I have resolved to continue during 2016. I wanted my letters to be creative, to challenge me to create something more than just… Continue Reading “Little Treasures”