DRAWING SKETCHBOOK/LANDSCAPE

WORK IN GRAPHITE, PEN AND CHARCOAL

My Invaluable Sketchbooks.

The Drama of Black and White.

Works in Willow Charcoal,  the oldest drawing medium known to man, and one of the most beautiful and enduring.   Graphite has a beauty of its own, and continues to be as popular as ever.  My own particular preference for my sketchwork is pen.     Yes it is demanding and you cant ‘rub it out’, but that is what makes it so fascinating and also a great medium to teach the art of the sketchbook.      This is a small selection of sketchbook work.   Some work is for sale but for availability please contact me using the form on this page.

Spain - pen

Andalucian Lane – Pen sketch  8 x 11″

River Epte - Normandy

The River Epte   Graphite  – 11 x 14″

Sketchbook pen - Fiscardo, Cephalonia

Fiscardo Lighthouse  Pen 9 x 11″

Spain gaphite

Pacos House, Andalucia   Graphite  16 x 12

Alston Hall Gardens,  Graphite,  16 x 12″

charcoal

Estuary Study – Graphite  14 x 11″

charcoal

Lazy Dog – charcoal   A2

charcoal lane

River Seco Andalucia   Charcoal  A2

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