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Fading Light

This latest drawing was based on one of my favourite photographs. The image was taken at a local park, with the poppy and foliage beautifully backlit by the fading sunshine. It is the most challenging piece that I have worked on in coloured pencil and took a long time to complete. The difficult areas were trying to capture the different focal points, the contrast between light and shade, and especially drawing all those tiny hairs on the stems and buds!

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“Fading Light” 7″ x 10″ Faber-Castell Polychromos & Prismacolor Verithins on Grafix Drafting Film

A New Year, A New Drawing

I have just finished a new drawing of some orange clivia flowers from a reference photo I took at a local park. It was completed in a relatively short time for me, having started a couple of months ago. I am still finding blurry backgrounds a challenge, but with lots of patience and careful blending, I think I am slowly getting there.

This drawing is one of two pieces that have been accepted into the ‘Petite Pieces’ exhibition at Aspire Gallery in Brisbane. The exhibition opens on 1st February and features smaller works up to 40 cm x 40 cm.

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“Hidden” Faber-Castell Polychromos on Drafting Film, 10″ x 7″