I got this tweet in my Twitter timeline today. Feels great to have given some real pleasure to someone’s life and enhanced their home. This is one of the pieces Gabriel and Alan bought:
Another minimalist dotty drawing which was today’s #arteachday post, except I forgot the image!
Today’s (well yesterday’s because I am late) #arteachday thing was this large minimalist ink drawing.
Yesterday on my #Letter365 blog I said
If you want pictures of fluffy things, portraits, realism, impressionism, boats on water and that kind of thing I’m generally not your man.
So the devil in me thought I should make my #arteachday post on Twitter should be a line and wash sketchbook entry of the coast across Lyme Bay west of West Bay.
Today’s #arteachday post on Twitter today was this little ink drawing on watercolour paper. I have been mounting some stuff today that isn’t going to get framed right now and this might be one worth doing for Dorset Art Weeks.
Today’s #arteachday post on Twitter was this third working of a disk motif remeniscent of Max Ernst’s sun/moon disk
Today’s #arteachday post on Twitter was this large “field” drawing. Ask me about the title if you visit me during Dorset Art Weeks!
Yesterday’ #arteachday post was this drawing from last year.
No. Really. It is there! You have to look very carefully and maybe click on it to enlarge, but it is there. You can perhaps see why I have been struggling to get good photographs of my work! This was today’s #arteachday posting on Twitter and I immediately had a reply from someone that they couldn’t see anything! Admittedly it is a bit minimalist but I can see it standard size on my PC. It is another of my repetitive “field” drawings. For those of you who still can’t see it here is a detail:
Today’s #arteachday post was this “field” drawing from a week or two ago that I have just today managed to get a fairly good photgraph of.