Talking About Red

Here’s my second podcast. It’s about the colour red and is mostly based on the book Colour: Travels Through the Paintbox by Victoria Finlay I hope you enjoy listening to it but if you’d prefer to read, here’s a transcript of the podcast. Hello, Rosie Scribblah here. Welcome to my second Podcast. It’s been aContinue reading “Talking About Red”

Herstory And The Artist Support Pledge

A while back I did a series of screenprint portraits, I call them “Herstory”, of women artists I greatly admire. I don’t like to have favourites but perhaps top of my list – just – is the incomparable Käthe Kollwitz, active in Germany from the late 19th century to the end of World War 2.Continue reading “Herstory And The Artist Support Pledge”

In The SPace

Swansea Print Workshop has a temporary artspace, The SPace, in the heart of the city and one of the benefits is that it gives our members a pop up gallery. Here are my series of screenprinted portraits of women artists who inspire me and four of my drawings of ancestral burial sites in Pembrokeshire –Continue reading “In The SPace”

Tomorrow I Scribble!

Here’s a short video that Husb edited together from a digital drawing I did some time ago. I used a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with a free Markers app and saved the drawing frequently, which showed the progress of the drawing. The model is a young artist who poses for our local life drawing groupContinue reading “Tomorrow I Scribble!”

Artist And Bird

  I’m cracking on with the series of screenprints I’m doing on dead women artists. This is my edition (of 25) featuring Paula Modersohn-Becker. In the next week I’ll complete editions on another 5 artists, eight in all. I’ll be taking them to sell at the London Art Car Boot Fair the weekend after next.Continue reading “Artist And Bird”

Big Hair And Jimjams

Husb and I were in Cardiff yesterday to go to the opening of Sarah Hopkins’ new exhibition of screenprints at the Fountain Gallery. As we drove through the city at lunchtime, I spotted this chap out in the street,chatting on his mobile phone in his pajamas. I took a sneaky snap and drew from itContinue reading “Big Hair And Jimjams”

Draw, Print, Draw

Carrying on from yesterday’s bloggage about the Drawn To Print project, I’ve been immersed in drawing today too. The drawing on the left is one I did a couple of years ago, on BFK Rives 250 gsm paper coloured with metallic System 3 acrylic and drawn in Faber Castell Pitt pens. I then used itContinue reading “Draw, Print, Draw”