More random acts of drawing

27 Jan

Here are several drawings from a variety of locations. The drawings done in the natural history museum in London were done completely from direct observation and not from memory. This was an exciting challenge around unpredictable school kids and rubber necking tourists. I was happy to see I wasn’t the only person drawing in there.  In fact, it seemed a popular activity. Not surprising considering the beauty of the building and the rich diversity of compliant subjects that don’t move! The more I consider my practice the more I realise that drawing is profoundly rewarding in so many ways. In no other act do we experience, in tangible ways, our struggle with understanding our perceptual reality and, how flexibly we can bend it to our purposes. Enjoy!netter.bathcouple netter.haunchofvenison.salisbury netter.london.birdfeeders netter.nathistory.smalldinos netter.naturalhistory.chimptalk netter.naturalhistory.darwin netter.naturalhistory.dinodolphin netter.naturalhistory.dodo netter.naturalhistory.largedino netter.portsmouth.crispeater netter.salisbury.haunchofvenison netter.salisbury.romanceisdead nettersketch.salisbury

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