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  1. Paula Briggs
    November 21, 2011 @ 8:04 pm

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  2. lesleybirch
    July 4, 2012 @ 12:34 am

    Usually I reserve sketchbook time for holidays. But, more recently, whilst undergoing therapy, I’ve been sketchbooking every day — drawing in water soluble ink. Subjects are: people in cafes, trains, buses, trees in parks, people sunbathing (when it was sunny!). I was in hospital for an operation ( an injury to my feet) and the sketchbook was there — inks drawings of toes, heels, the view from the window, bandages, beds, cups of tea — all logged in the sketchbook. I’m running out of books! A

    nd by night time when I’m home again, the imagination kicks in and all sorts of weird and wonderful images appear – monsters drinking wine, body parts (from my life drawing sessions), girls looking out to sea figure quite strongly, galleries, pictures — I’m beginning to see motifs in the work. Now I can’t stop. And I’m on the sketchbooking course run by Access Art at the moment. Brilliant. You can never stop learning!

    It’s all a bit manic at the moment, but I’m sure it will ease off . . .

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