Drawing and photography are central to my practice. Both make pressing - if sometimes fictitious - claims to the capture of lost moments.


British Museum

Pencil and pencil crayon in Moleskine sketchbook.

Pencil, pencil crayon and brush marker in Moleskine sketchbook.

Spent a long time at the exhibition of Italian Renaissance drawings feeling both humbled and exalted. I've included the sort of page that I usually leave out of the blog: lots of notes that I may never look at again, or that may serve as aide memoires if I write something about the show, though I did indulge in the catalogue too.

No comments: