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Hannah

My latest mezzotint . I contemplated calling this ‘Girl with a CND tattoo ‘ but sensibleness prevailed and I stuck with ‘Hannah’

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‘Becky’s Back’

I did a drawing of this image about a year or so ago . Well here’s a just finished mezzotint .

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Polina

Another fairly recent mezzotint . Polina in Profile ,

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Hannah in Profile

A drawing from earlier this week . This was mainly done in a two hour session from life before a little re-working later . Charcoal with acrylic paint highlights .

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Oliver’s View

This is a variation of an earlier watercolour of a close in Rothesay on beautiful Bute . This time though , a feline intruder , Oliver , has entered the scene . The painting was done as a moving in present for the person Oliver allows to live with him and feed him .

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Hannah’s Back

I’ve tried to push my technique a little with this painting . It’s quite a large watercolour piece ( 69×43 cm ), painted from life . I started with a reddish wash and lifted some of the colour to produce the highlights before working into it with darker paint and watercolour pencils before adding gouache […]

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Reds & Greens

This is the close of a friend . Because of security doors most of the tenements I can get access to seem to be those of people I know , these days . Anyhow , this lovely , spiral stairway is on the outskirts of Rothesay on beautiful Bute . As is often the case […]

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Dunoon Pier

The lovely , but slightly dilapidated Dunoon Pier building , overlooking the Clyde estuary in beautiful Argyll .

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Sorcha with a head-scarf

I’ve not been producing any new original prints for over 3 years but I’ve started on a few new ones over the last month or so . This is one of the first to be finished . It’s a mezzotint , which is a very time-consuming engraving technique (more details at the top of my […]

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A stripey Jordan again

Another examination of stripes and the human body . This is another study of the ever patient Jordan . In this drawing I was interested in the way the black dress material appears to make the model’s body disappear into the background . The drawing involved two , two hour sittings from life , followed […]

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