Today’s #arteachday post on Twitter was this large “field” drawing. Ask me about the title if you visit me during Dorset Art Weeks!
An easy way to get an idea of what I create and what my influences are is ti have a look at my media feed on Twitter https://twitter.com/DavidSmithArt/media So if you are planning your Dorset Art Weeks itinerary you can check out if you want to visit me. If you like portraits, pictures of dogs, chocolate box landscapes or boats by the sea you may want to save your time and effort for someone else.
Today’s #arteachday Twitter post was this mixed media piece from last year in the Tidelines series
Today’s #arteachday post on Twitter was this piece from a couple of weeks ago.
Another dotty one for my #arteachdaypost. It has a certain calm serenity with a little prickle of vibrance and I have posted it because it is the exact opposite of my current state and the running of the last few days, which have been challenging to say the least.
I’ve had a difficult day. Busy and demanding for the most part and deteriorating to “challenging” to put it mildly. The biggest culpits were technology and the fact that four of my pieces at the framers in preparation for Dorset Art Weeks have got damaged – one at least irreparably and two other fair-size works I have doubts that they can be returned to their pristine state, So I wait anxiously till tomorrow. I had hoped to work on getting this and my other websites into better shape and uploading mor images, but my time has been eaten by woes!
Yesterday’ #arteachday post was this drawing from last year.
Today’s #arteachday post this morning was a little drawing in ink on paper collaged on to Khadi paper. Apart from my #Letter365 piece I havenot been able to work much today. I’m concentrating on preparations for Dorset Art weeks which is only 17 days away now. There’s lots to do and i will have to settle to the fact that a lot won’t get done. C’est la vie! I’m off up the studio now for a little bit of planning and prep work.
My #arteachday post on Twitter was this experiment using masking tape. I was just testing out some making tape on various papers with my field drawings in mind and this spotty MT Washi tape my son gave me as a present started producing some interesting results so I started playing before reverting to the original ideas and purposes.