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Yet Another Finished Sk

9 monthes ago   |   By Tommy Kane

I am finishing sketchbooks at an alarming rate. Here is the latest.
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Gestural Drawing and Other Beginnings

Gestural Drawing and Other Beginnings

De Kooning Van Dyck It's the beginning of a new semester with a new year ahead of us, and a new group of drawing students. Navigating drawing from life is challenging but... Read more ...

The Skeleton, a Quick Look at Master and Contemporary Studies

The Skeleton, a Quick Look at Master and Contemporary Studies

Three plates by Bernhard Siegfried Albinus A few images to help anyone working with the figure and trying to relate surface information to the armature of the body. These... Read more ...

Drawing as Process

Drawing as Process

I'm writing another artist statement for a small exhibition shared with artist, Sophia Ainslie,which will be exhibited this month at Biolabs in Ipswich, Massachusetts. It's... Read more ...

Reading Material on Drawing

Reading Material on Drawing

Students sometimes ask for compiled information either in textbooks or magazines etc...Here are a few reading materials that I've found useful. I have narrowed the list below... Read more ...

Drawing and Painting 'Family' as Theme

Drawing and Painting 'Family' as Theme

Donald Rodney, In the House of My Father, 1996-7 Jonathan Leaman A Jan Steen Kitchen 1995-6 Influences abound, but art comes from the mandatory, the inescapable, the necessary... Read more ...

Pastels

Pastels

Degas Jules Charet Jozsef Rippl-Ronai I don't work with pastel with great frequency because it takes over my life, my spaces, my things when I do. I work large. Pastel dust... Read more ...

Cat studies

Cat studies

Recently I've got into the habit of doing a little sketch before bed. I've always been a late night creative, I cannot go to bed if I haven't drawn at least a little something... Read more ...

Rolling Over

Rolling Over

A couple of drawings that I made a little while back. Originally, I made a similar one for the branding and logo of a yarn shop. I think 'yarn' is what the serious knitters... Read more ...

How to draw an idle daydream

How to draw an idle daydream

Here's a little zine bundle I've put together. These three zines are all about the drawing, and are currently on offer. 'How To Draw Like A Barmpot' is from my How to Draw With... Read more ...

Urban sketching and beyond

Urban sketching and beyond

Last year I created the illustrations for a children's book called Towers Falling. My drawings were meant to be the drawings created by one of the main characters, a boy called... Read more ...