Tuesday, August 09, 2011

turns the flicker to a flame

There is less than a week of my exhibition left, folks. If you are in the area (a long shot, I know) then GO SEE IT!

I feel a little sad that it will be ending, but so happy that I have had my first solo exhibition. It has been nothing but a positive experience, and the response has been amazing. I was there last Friday, doing a 'Meet the Artist' afternoon. While there I got the chance to do a bit of sketching at the Gallery. I'm getting a bit braver about doing that kind of thing these days. It seemed fitting to sketch one of the display cabinets that I'd set up at the exhibition. They are filled, to the brim, with the things that I have drawn over the years - and will continue to draw in the future. Amongst all the bits and pieces I have planted some of my Moleskine sketchbooks. Unfortunately, they can only be open on one page each! These are the ones in this cabinet;

Pens drawn in a Moleskine Diary.

Buttons from my sepia themed Moleskine

And a drawing about the rain, or trying to keep out of the rain, from my Spare Moleskine.

So, if you do happen to be in the area, please pop into the Buxton Museum and Gallery and check out my exhibition.

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Blogger Miraculous Mosquito said...

It looks amazing...I wish I could go...where is my magic carpet?

11:52 PM  
Blogger Barbara Weeks said...

How I wish iwas there to see your exhibit!

1:07 AM  
Blogger Little Ni Studio said...

OMG..They look amazing!!!!! I really enjoy seeing your arts!

7:13 AM  
Blogger Beth said...

The buttons drawing is amazing. Wish I had a print of it for my little studio/sewing room!

6:42 PM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thanks, guys.

12:14 AM  
Anonymous rhomany said...

I was gnashing my teeth at the exhibition wanting to break the glass and free those Moleys for everyone to leaf through (everyone being me of course). I SO wanted to just sit and read through all the teensy details you write in your drawings and look at the pictures.

2:50 AM  
Blogger Maggie said...

You are amazing! I love all of your work :)


9:23 PM  
Blogger pablo crespo said...

looks great! very nice blog, congrats!

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