Last drawing workshop of the series at the British Museum; wirks on the theme of revision. Sponsored by the Bridget Riley foundation. I made a brief diagram of the Bridget Riley study for “Blaze”, then drew from a lovely figure … Continue reading
Another Monday in the museum, this time drawing after Rembrandt and Seurat. The Rembrandt was a wonderful drawing of an elephant, with some squiggle figures added for scale. In the original he draws form, texture and movement with the same … Continue reading
Free drawing workshop this morning in the prints and drawings room at the British Museum. Curator talk about some drawings, then the opportunity to draw from them. After Michelangelo, detail of a sketch for the Last Judgement. Reference 18188.8.131.528.
The chronological arrangement at Tate Britain and the predominance of portraits means you walk through 500 years of women’s clothing. Stiff, fluffy, stiff, fluffy, the chaos and division of the Revolutionary eras bringing brief sleekness and modernity.
Behind the house in Lanzarote.
Inspired by the request for artworks on “movement” on the Guardian website.
Now that the show is over (it was fun) Rory has posted photos at Creature Forum – pop over there for a look. They really look beautiful printed up like this.