I made 8×10 prints of a few of the Tree Dancer drawings on a light card stock. And then I coloured them in with pencil crayons and touched them up with pencil & fine line pen. Here are some original drawings, and their colourized do-over. I really enjoy doing the colour work, and people tell me they see details that escaped them previously.
Harrison Springs is a small town an hour and a half inland from Vancouver. I carried my sketchbook around and was able to get some drawings done that I felt good about.
Light defines things which are beyond our hands reach. This definition has an immediacy it is difficult to appreciate without considering the various layers and levels which are interposed between us.
Here are a few trees that have gotten into my sketch book while I am waiting in a car.
AWOL: I have 3 pieces hanging at AWOL Gallery’s 8th Annual Square Foot show. The number of pieces the gallery has put on display means that the show is now held at 2 different locations – the original AWOL Gallery at 76/78 Ossington, and a large space at 100A Ossington on the 2nd floor.
The artwork runs from sketchy through to wonderful. I saw a lot of light humour along with a staggering array of imaginings and possibilities,