A charcoal drawing. Entirely imaginary. Image size 12×11.5 inches.
A fun charcoal drawing done in response to the challenge in a group activity on the subject of ‘flood’. It is an imagined portrayal of an actual event when a swollen stream washed away a camping holiday. Image size 13×14.5 inches.
A charcoal drawing made from imagination but the theme is based on a childhood memory. Where are you now, Peter Barrow? Thank you for collecting the glow-worms. Image size 15×11.5 inches.
A charcoal drawing made from imagination but based on real events. Discussion groups of any kind attract a variety of personalities! Image size 15×14 inches.
A charcoal drawing completed on the spot. Image size 12×17.5 inches.
I love yellow! Especially set off by blue. This water media painting on absorbent paper has layers of watercolour both transparent and opaque. Image size 7.5 inches square approximately.
A painting I’m fond of and have on the screen of one of my ancient laptops. Various children have asked if I painted it and how I did it. Well, you just get some very absorbent paper, drop colours on it, wait for it to dry, drop more colour and repeat! Then, if you haven’t made a hole or got it a horrible colour, you think of a name. Image size 7.5 inches square approximately.