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The aim of life is to live” Acrylic on canvas People are endlessly fascinating, no two are the same and our experiences are reflected in our faces. In this portrait of a friend I wanted to suggest that he, his personality and his life were bigger than the confines of the canvas.
         
         
         

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        “Claudia” Drawing with charcoal is an opportunity to capture something of an individual very quickly using line and tone to convey facial structure and characteristics. It is often easier to draw a stranger as you are not attempting to include their personality or relationship with yourself.

         
         
         
         
         

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LANDSCAPE “Tenby” was sketched and then photographed from Wiseman’s bay, and years later became a watercolour painting overlaid with detailed drawing with watercolour pencils

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“Scottish Loch” By using soft pastel, this landscape portrays the soft diffused light of late afternoon, which reflected off the surface of the water without creating deep reflections of the mountains.

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Both these images are developments of the Lock’s Common series about the destruction and regeneration after a gorse fire. One is a drawing using ash, charcoal, earth and moss from the site; The other is a multiple screenprint on both sides of translucent paper.



















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