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The Colophon for Winged Messengers

Traditionally, print exchanges usually require a colophon, which is a collection of statements that the artists submit to accompany their prints.  Until now, the only time that the colophon for Win… Source: The Colophon for Winged Messengers

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Clouds in Pastel

Before I embark on a colour version of my cloud study, I’ve had a go at changing the composition by making a pencil sketch. I’ve propped the charcoal study in front of my laptop screen,… Source: Clouds in Pastel

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#Sketchaday 21: a perfect dawn and a study in attempted patricide

After the damp, misty mornings of the last few days I woke up at 5.30 to a still, quiet morning with the sun just touching the tips of the mountains.  I walked out to the little rocky promontory that is … Continue reading

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#Sketchaday 20a: another kindred soul and a master craftsman

I had a big surprise tonight. I had met Jack, the man whose workshop I painted on my  first day in Revelstoke, at his souvenir shop in town. He told me that he started his silkscreen business in partnership with a … Continue reading

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