KICKING PAIR OF TRAINERS

Kicking Pair of Trainers. 60cm x 40 cm. I seem to have joined the running revolution with these new shoes. Apparently it’s not jogging anymore but running 🏃 however not sure whether that’s a little bit of an over exaggeration with me though. #dailydrawing View in Instagram ⇒

“THE GIRL THAT SAVED THE WORLD”. LIMITED EDITION PRINT ON PAPER OF 50.

Drawing made in: Dorset “The Girl That Saved The World”. Limited edition print on paper of 50. 60cm x 40cm. £150. Mounted. Originally created for a book for the Quakers to illustrate this story. #dailydrawing -One day, a man was walking along the beach, enjoying the morning sun and cool breeze from the ocean.Suddenly, far […]

IT IS NOT THE MOUNTAIN WE CONQUER BUT OURSELVES.

It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves. (Hillary) Inkjet on paper. 60cm x 40cm. #dailydrawing #mountains #mountainclimbing #bluemountains #snowcappedmountains #mountainscape #mindthemountains #alps #frenchalps #conquer #loveconquersall #conqueryourdreams #conqueringyourfears #believeinyourself #pushyourself #newyear2017 #helpingothers #together #one #art #drawing #illustration #artistoninstagram View in Instagram ⇒

BACK TO WORK DAY. (AFTER PICASSO)

Drawing made in: Dorset Back to work day. (After #Picasso) #pencil on paper. 20cm x 30cm. Picasso’s self belief was a wonder and his output prolific. It’s estimated that by the end he’d created 50000 works about 2 a day for 70 years. So much of his thinking was done whilst doing. Going to try […]

IN WINTER THE BLACKBIRD STILL SINGS ITS SONG

Drawing made in: Dorset In the darkness of winter the blackbird still sings their song. Pen on paper. 20cm x 30cm. #blackbird #dailydrawing #birdsofinstagram #bird #penandink #winter #winterwildlife #art #blackbirdsinginginthedeadofnight View in Instagram ⇒

THE OLD MAN AND AND THE SEA

The Old Man and and the Sea. Pen and ink on paper. 01.01.17. Loved reading this book and the overarching tale of perseverance (feel we all may need this in 2017). Also the only permanent thing in the old mans life was the ideal of permanence and his security coming from knowing he was loved. […]