18 members at the session today.
Hannah gave us two poses to draw today. Sally, who took the photos, wonders how she managed to keep her arm up tor the hour! Included is Sally's own drawing of Hannah. She says she arrived late and is leaving early to see the musical Chicago this afternoon. She adds that it comes under the heading of 'Art' so doesn't feel too guilty!
Below are some of the other resulting portraits.
Rachel had a problem sending her portrait of Les last week and it reached Hannah too late to be included. So here it is now.
I can just picture Carolyn sitting in her lovely garden on a warm spring day drawing these beautiful daffodils. She has used her Inktense pencils and applied some moisture to bring out more depth.
Lesley finished the fabric collage of Queen Charlotte Sound in New Zealand that she created as a demonstration piece for the workshop. She says, “It doesn’t look very different from the image I sent to you a fortnight ago, but I have stitched down the island and done some free machine embroidery to give the forested shore in the foreground some texture.”
Angela worked at home on her textile collage from 2 weeks ago and has now sent us her finished work.
She says she has been painting landscape and this one is from a sketch and the fabric collage at EAG. Here is the finished work: “Always looking for a path”, Burthallan Lane overlooking St.Ives Bay in Cornwall.
Glue/pave/hot glue gun
Acrylic paint, markers