Pushing It ….

Working From My Sketchbook.

I’m carrying on with this painting onto a recycled canvas, from a sketchbook scribble I did a while back (below). I’m way out of my comfort zone here, I normally try and work directly from life, or from a photo if I really have to, so to try and make a painting from what is essentially a few squiggles in ballpoint pen is harder than anything I normally do. But I must resist the temptation to be precious about it, I’m experimenting.

The Original Sketch.

Raising Funds.

My family is raising money for Phil, a younger relative of mine, to have life-changing surgery in Spain. Phil is disabled by Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) and the operation he needs isn’t currently available in the UK. I know times are hard, but if you’re able to spare a bob or two, please click here find out more or to donate a small amount to Phil’s crowdfunding campaign. Thank you xxx

Raising funds for Phil, bottom left, to have life-changing surgery xxx

Trying Out A Change

I’m having a go at new templates for my website so I’ll be changing them a few times over the next couple of weeks to see how I get on with them. If there’s one you really like, or dislike, please let me know . Thanks x

Published by Rosie Scribblah

I'm an artist / printmaker / scribbler. I love drawing and all the geeky stuff associated with printmaking, working in a figurative style. I live in Wales with husband and demented cats. And my real name is Rose Davies :D

3 thoughts on “Pushing It ….

  1. I omitted to say that I appreciate the challenges you are tackling doing this. I am very happy working with my pastels, but am finding myself struggling to translate my work further into acrylics. I have no idea why.

  2. If only making art was easy! Ha, ha! I am trying working from small scribbles into coloured works in my sketchbook. I have become intrigued by the artist Sandi Hester, (you can find her on YouTube). She comes across at first as a sort of ditsy, naive artist but once you see her process for sketching, drawing, painting and re-painting from her previous work you realise that she has an amazing approach to making art and is seriously committed to her practice.

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