do you really want to play house? October 28, 2014 | veronicacay This is the third large drawing in the series for Roma Regional Gallery – I have many progress shots which I may post later – image below a composite of the three drawings together. Size is approx. 150 cm x 100 cm charcoal, gesso, acrylic Share this:EmailTweetLike this:Like Loading... Related
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There is a wonderful connection and continuity of feeling in your drawings Veronica and I am totally captivated by the facial expression on this new piece! You approach your art with such tremendous gusto, thoughtfulness and motivation! Beautiful work!
This drawing was such a struggle – but eventually started to emerge – the progress shots provide some interesting diversions – thanks for your comments much appreciated
These are great. I am so glad I clicked on them and see the enlarged version. Lots of details of the expressions and fluidity of line and mood of tone come into view. Marvelous work!
Thanks Steven – and thanks for taking a closer look 🙂
In this third drawing, I can see how your sense for color and expressive surfaces connects with your clay sculpture.
it is beginning to come together but still very much an exploratory process – would love the luxury of even more time in the studio 🙂
I love your drawings so much!
thanks Rosie, really appreciate your comments – apologies for the long delay in answering just
under the hammer trying to get too many things completed 🙂
I’ve looked at these on the big screen. That first image is loaded with Australia. Love how you’ve laid down that swirling motion.
Sometimes it is easy to get lost in the rhythm and at other times it is really hard to get anything happening it is a really special place when it happens thanks for your comments.
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