January 30, 2010

Finishing Touches for the Show

Tonight and tomorrow I will finish the last of the matting and framing for the 5 to 9 Group show with the opening on Tuesday, February 2 @ 6pm at the ARTS Project. This years show is only one week long and runs from Feb 2 to Feb 6 ( I think it should be two weeks long, but its a group decision, so one week it is). The show will feature some of my golf influenced peices and some figurative work, mostly black and white.

January 21, 2010

Artwork @ ISP Canada

Artwork now on display at the office of ISP Canada, 45 Oxford St West, Rear, London.

"ISP Canada Inc. has given friendly, personal internet service to London and surrounding areas for the last 15 years. Now, under new ownership ISP Canada looks to provide their current customers and future customers an even better technology solution as a whole."

Framed Artwork:
- Hanging Garlic
- A Drive Down a Country Road
- Trees by the Thames
- Mirror Image
- Untitled Female

Matted Golf Art:
- KOLF No. 5, GH No. 13
- Glen Abbey No. 18
- FireRock, No. 8
- Sunningdale, Thompson, No. 5
- Forest City National, No. 1

January 16, 2010

Simple Lines

Finally, back to some figure drawing sessions. These are just 2 of the loose sketches of my favourite subject, the human form. The busier life gets the more I like simplicity. Here the simplicity of line... uneven line, was created using traditional pen and ink.The flexible drawing nibs create a varity of line widths depending on how you hold the pen. The biggest drawback to pen and ink , is you cant erase any mistakes, but then mistakes can add to the spontaneity of a drawing.