Currently working towards completing a series of large drawings to be exhibited with sculptures at
Roma Regional Gallery. Having cleared a little space in the studio by packing up the sculptures going to
Gold Coast International Ceramic Award I could hang the first piece of paper to be worked on.
Size approx. 1.5 metres h x 1.2 metres w – stage one charcoal, gesso, watercolour and china graph
What I really want to do is get a few of these up on the wall before attempting to finish – so that they are all playing into each other.
19 thoughts on “in progress – first stage”
Looking good V, great idea placing all up on the wall before finishing
It must be so liberating to be able to work really large, and in multiples. This one is looking great.
Beautiful drawing! Love the line and tones.
Magnificent drawing, I love your work so much
thanks Kirsty – working on the wall – the second is up and has been commenced 🙂
liberating and terrifying – keeping me awake at night !!
thanks Steven – just keep telling myself I am braver every day 🙂
wow thanks so much Rosie really appreciate your support – such a challenge !
Congratulations! Love your drawings 🙂
many thanks – appreciate your comments 🙂
Looking at your drawings makes me want to draw more regularly again. I kind of got sidetracked at the river! Love the energy in the marks.
Wonderful – I love the energy in your drawing.
thanks Al – I would love to be down at the river being side-tracked – but kinda also like being lost on a line 🙂
thanks Jac the second drawing is underway – and hoping to start the third today – I am keen to try drawing with two hands at the same time and try to make my left hand follow the right and vice versa (keep the energy flowing !)
What a courageous girl you are to catapult yourself into working on such a very large scale…. but I love the fluidity and spontaneous sketchiness of your drawings Veronica! Lovely idea also, to try to amalgamate all of your drawings together on the one wall so that they all appear to feed into and from each other! Beautiful work and congratulations on your exhibit at the Roma Regional Gallery!
thanks Jacquie – yep all I need now is a large enough wall 🙂 already running out of space !!
Just beautiful lines. It is amazing what you able to do with line.
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