Every year my alma matter William Allen High School has a fundraiser for the Allentown Arts Academy. The Arts Academy is a program within the school that allows high schoolers to enjoy and benefit from nearly 3 hours of arts education every school day. It’s a wonderful initiative, and in a world of cuts to […]
Fresh off the wonderful Alice in Wonderland Theatre experience, I was frantically searching through all my old work sketchbooks looking for the £2,000 worth of company receipts that I lost (kill me) and found these gems! I presume they are for a window we never did, but all with a very Alice in Wonderland theme! […]
Leslie Green was a British architect who was tasked with designing stations for three London underground lines under construction. At the time they were known as the Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway (today’s Piccadilly line), The Baker Street and Waterloo railway (today’s sensible named Bakerloo line) and the Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway […]
Did a little light sketching this evening, without hope or agenda, and just sat down to see what happened. Played around a bit with putting watercolour down and then sketching loosely on top of it, and also had a look at hand drawing some typeface. What I ended up with were a series of little […]
A few pencil, watercolour, and ink sketches of me holding a cut orange. Still going through a bit of a fruit phrase I think!!
After an incredibly hot wander around the old town of Muscat in the searing 40 degree heat, here are a few water colour and ink sketches of what I saw today.
The Design Museum does an excellent twitter activity every Monday at lunchtime (UK lunchtime obvs!) where they set you a drawing challenge to complete on your lunch break. Normally it’s things like ‘draw your lunch,’ ‘draw a postbox,”draw the jewelry you’re wearing,’ you know, reasonably normal things to draw. This was one of their recent […]