Multi-media artist, Klara Jones.
Frustrated by drawing? An easy method to draw accurately.
A few weeks ago I was working on an art project that involved subverting an architectural structure in a way that changes its original meaning. The building I focussed on was an old Victorian theatre (built in 1876) which I decided to conceal behind… Continue Reading “Behind Lace”
Nothing compares to receiving a letter in my mailbox from the other end of the world in the handwriting of my beloved sister.
A quick facial features study.
Sketching scrunched paper, more challenging than it looks.
Sepia ink wash of my dining room.
Black-on-black Sill life, 2015. Charcoal, chalk & turpentine on watercolour paper. Size: A2. This was a uni project for my drawing unit earlier in the year.
Left Hand, 2015. Graphite on paper. A5 There’s always something to sketch. 🙂 This is one of my ‘evening’ sketches done a few months ago. Materials: Graphite in sketchbook. Size: A5
Addiction, 2015. Graphite, charcoal & turpentine. A1 This is something I sketched during my first drawing unit earlier on in the year. I wanted to depict the despair and desperation that addicts as well as their loved ones go through. Some of the figures inside the… Continue Reading “Addiction”
White-on-white, 2015. Graphite on paper. A3 I sketched this white-on-white still life a few months ago during my 1st year Drawing unit.
In between uni studies I managed to do a quick doodle in my sketchbook of this little character who seems to be really happy today. 🙂 He needs a name I think, what shall I call him?
I try to do at least one little sketch every night – no matter how silly my subject – and it is definitely paying off.