Solo Expedition #3

After stretching a 150x150cm sheet of Fabriano and testing out various background mediums such as thinned out acrylic, tinted chalk paint and pastel I decided that a mixture of charcoal powder, pastel and chalk would create the best ground for my drawing. I drew up my preliminary sketch today and created the mixed base forContinue reading “Solo Expedition #3”

Upcoming Workshops

I will be running an architectural drawing workshop in the Glucksman Gallery beginning this Wednesday and running weekly four four consecutive weeks. This will coincide with the current exhibition Close Encounter: Meetings with Remarkable Buildings. You can book a place here on the Glucksman Website: http://www.glucksman.org/events/lunchtime-course

Reading from De Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life, from floor 17, the Elysian, 27th February 2018

Michel de Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life,  1980: Chapter VII,  Walking in the City Reading and Discussion Most of the MA group (including myself) found the writing style a bit tricky to read at first- the French way of comparing systems. There are also contrasting quite poetic bits that read well, is De Certeau making difficulties? ThisContinue reading “Reading from De Certeau, The Practice of Everyday Life, from floor 17, the Elysian, 27th February 2018”

The Ghost of George Boole. On display in Henchy's bar, St. Lukes, Cork. Art Exhibition in aid of Anitas Orphanage Cambodia Running until 4th of November 2017.

It’s great to be involved in such a worthwhile project and the closing event even features a traditional stew tasting competition! Taken from Anitasorphanage.com: “Through decades of war, exploding land mines, poverty and rampant diseases such as AIDS, Cambodias orphanage population continues to grow. Anita’s Orphanage was born from the experiences of a man namedContinue reading “The Ghost of George Boole. On display in Henchy's bar, St. Lukes, Cork. Art Exhibition in aid of Anitas Orphanage Cambodia Running until 4th of November 2017.”