"Drawing" Blogs & Blog Posts

BEYOND WORDSBEYOND WORDS

Working as a mixed media artist I find the book is the most powerful art fo...

 
Fanergy by Fanny ChristianFanergy by Fanny Christian

The Unique Art of Marian Fanny Christian combining ink drawings with nude p...

 
Life in TechnicolourLife in Technicolour

pictures & photographs tend to view life in technicolour,with its true ...

 
Pastel galleryPastel gallery

This site presents itself as a veritable gallery that offer an excellent c...

 
Jafabrit's ArtJafabrit's Art

Meanderings of a Multi Media artist who paints, embroiders, crafts, yarnbo...

 
art at randomart at random

Current random works of art from my studio

 
Anita DaviesAnita Davies

The works and thoughts of a caffeine addicted artist!

 


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Recent Landscapes. (each 30 x 40 cms) When I was a student at Art School in Tasmania (last century) I was strongly drawn to simplified, hard-edged abstract art, particularly in painting. Maybe I ‘peaked’ too soon, as 10 years later … Contin...

Discover the best graphics tablets for drawing, art and design and how to choose a tablet that is right for you as an artist, graphic designer or illustrator.

Discover the best graphics tablets for drawing, art and design and how to choose a tablet that is right for you as an artist, graphic designer or illustrator.

“Landscape Warming Deconstructed” 60 x 80 cms Luminance, Supracolor & Museum Aquarelle pencils on Canson pastel board. Own reference & imagination. ‘The visual and performing arts aren’t just about what you see, it’s...

In Ahwatukee there are a LOT of jack rabbits and we get quite a few in our garden in the mornings. I never really thought about the name so I did a search and found out they are not actually rabbits but are in fact hares. Mark Twain seems to be credi...

“Silent Stones, Crowdy Bay” 80 x 60 cms Luminance & Supracolor pencils on Canson pastel board. My own reference & imagination. This is not a post concerning the population of Cairns (Australia), instead, it’s about my fascinatio...

I haven’t taught an art workshop since my 2-day class in Hobart last October, so it was about time I continued to ‘spread the gospel of coloured pencils’, this time in Port Macquarie. Things have been developing nicely of late … Continue...