Opera singer; writer, musician, painter, scribbler, mother, grandmother ............... retired from some of it
(candy refers to this collection - the individual doodles don't have names)
Spot the caviar...
This is another improvised painting - in oils this time, but poured on after diluting with white spirit and then tidied up with a paint brush chasing the forms that appeared. You need to outside to do one like this. Very fast to make, but they stink like
F for another Faith
Animals on the move - this is a doodle painted in acrylics. I start by throwing colours down, then look for something to make into an element. It all takes about as long as a drawn doodle does and there is no prior plan and I do not do any drawing at all!
The surrounding space looked very bare so I drew a dot and made some dotted diagonals - using a ruler!
I spotted a huge line drawing on YouTube. I was curious about how it feels to draw just lines over and over again. The one on the web was four times as big as this one (on A3 paper). Half way through I started to nod off. Next morning I thought the green
A tribute to Wassily Kandinsky. Painters do lots of doodling. Kandinsky played around with certain shapes again and again, so I thought I would too. I took shapes from lots of his paintings and moulded them into a doodle. Kandinksy was very meticulous wit
I suppose it no longer matters that the UK stuck to sterling. Dreadful politics there. I had a month to find out that I do not want to go back given the antipathy to the EU, not to mention the endless tory arrogance and stupidity and to the chaos that is
Broken heart. Quite a messy business to make - used plaster and runny colours.