Here’s another one of my funny little drawings. Continue reading Doodle Tuesday
Here’s another one of my funny little doodles. I hope you enjoy it! I use chance methods to create my drawings, paintings and poems. I’d love to hear from others who do the same! Continue reading Doodle Tuesday
I use chance methods to create my drawings, collages and paintings. Continue reading Doodle Tuesday
Doodle Tuesday Continue reading Doodle Tuesday
This week’s doodle is British painter, Keith Vaughan’s Drawing of two men kissing. Continue reading Doodle Tuesday – Drawing of two men kissing by Keith Vaughan (1912-1977)
This week’s Wednesday Painting is my own Horses. I hope you like it! Continue reading The Wednesday Painting – Horses
Welcome to day five of Aubrey Beardsley Week here on Examining the Odd!
I see everything in a grotesque way. When I go to the theatre, for example, things shape themselves before my eyes just as a I draw them — the people on the stage, the footlights, the queer faces and garb of the audience in the boxes and stalls. They all seem weird and strange to me. Things have always impressed me in this way. – From an interview given in 1894, as quoted in Aubrey Beardsley : A Biography (1999) by Matthew Sturgis, p. 220 Continue reading A Week of Aubrey Beardsley – Friday