Mark making and compositional studies in Kew Gardens, I love how these marks build up without over describing the forms amongst the dense foliage. Spring is definitely coming! I can feel it in my nose…
Mixing up my media more and more. Worked with acrylic paint for the first time since my college days.
My first year on the postgraduate programme of The Prince’s Drawing School is coming to an end, and we are having an open studio showing of our work at The Tea Building in Shoreditch, and an End of Year Exhibition on Charlotte Road.
Invite design by me, went through a whole host of ideas before settling on a simple fusion of pencil and the Tea Building.
Drawing at the Bushstock Festival in Shepherds Bush a couple weekends ago, I camped in the cozy St. Stephen’s church listening to some really chilled and ever so slightly sleep inducing folk and indie music, good stuff.
Went away to HK last month, and spent some time exploring the quieter, more residential areas of HK. I forwent my usual brush pen and heavy graphic results, working with a graphite stick most of the time instead. It was nice to achieve a wider tonal variation, but I missed the decisiveness and the process of working with my mistakes the way I did when using ink.
All those hijabs looked quite impressive when I got onto the tube yesterday morning and the carriage was packed with these school kids.