No, Nay, Never

January 25, 2017

well, maybe


21 Responses to “No, Nay, Never”

  1. I wish there was a ‘love’ button.

  2. memadtwo said

    Not maybe, but Yes! I really love these. (K)

  3. I like the top one very much, so free and magical in the shapes you use to represent the landscape. More please!!

    • Thank you Nicholas. Magical – that’s new for me to think on. I tend to be attracted by the ordinary, the murk, the background, the everyday at the moment. But with some bright coloured inks received at xmas perhaps I should explore the magical. Thank you for the new line of thought!

  4. No, nay, never, now!
    We look forward to seeing the magic you will create with your new colors! 🙂

  5. kestrelart said

    Fantastic development across this tree series. I love these.

  6. lfraker said

    these are beautiful!

  7. Does that mean I’d have to go out after 6pm?! I tried one at a local fair, it all seemed to be green! I am very impressed by your work btw

  8. […] sketch was done over two days.  It started as an image of trees reflected on water, suggested by outsideauthority’s recent post.  I overloaded it with crayon, wet it and ripped at it, repaired it by gluing it to the page […]

  9. Joel F said

    Beautiful artworks. Love the colors.

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