Thursday, November 13, 2008

out of the blue

From this;
To this;
For this;

You are probably sick to the back teeth of me drawing school desks, I know I am. But, I thought I'd share this with you. I was invited to contribute to this Urban Art exhibition by creating a piece of work on a piece of cardboard. It's all in aid of Cardboardshelter, a charity that raises funds for The Big Issue.
Drawing on cardboard was something of a revelation to me. I have only ever drawn on white or cream paper before. I loved using the brownish background, it has opened up host of possibilities, and is something I will do more of.
Oh, this is my 300th post! Surely, that can't be right?

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Blogger Kathleen said...

Oh wow, Andrea, that is too cool!!! And look, you're the only person identified by (full) name on the poster. Wow, you must be famous now ! (You already are on Flickr, of course! :).

2:12 AM  
OpenID moreidlethoughts said...

You've done it again!

3:52 AM  
Blogger Margaret Ann said...

Congrats on a great piece of art for a terrific cause...and the big "300" to boot! WOOHOO!

4:23 AM  
Blogger Felicity said...

Congrats Andrea, it's wonderful exposure for your work! I love reading all your doodles and the perspective on the legs is just amazing!

8:50 AM  
Blogger Pippa said...

300 posts? Congratulations! I love this drawing - love the doodling, love the legs and it's on cardboard - even more brilliant! Wish I could go to that exhibition. It sounds cooool. I'm sure your work will go down a storm.

12:32 PM  
Blogger Stephen Hall said...

This is brilliant. An extension of the 'found pen' approach applying it to a piece of cardboard and creating magic. For me this is true art. Keep doing these things!

12:42 PM  
Blogger Craft Junkie said...

Awesome! You never fail to amaze me with your eye for detail, your perspective, but mainly with your unbelievable talent. You go girl!
Peace & Love,

1:01 PM  
Blogger Genine said...

congrats on the 300th post!!! Your drawing is awesome (love the school desks) The fact that it was for a charity even better. Love to see great work doing great things for a community.

1:03 PM  
Blogger Sherry said...

Cardboard, eh? I like the dark ground, too. Congrats on being chosen to participate in a good cause. The former school teacher in me hopes you aren't defacing desks anywhere, though your drawing is fascinating.

2:01 PM  
Blogger Amy Sperry Faldet said...

When your children's book comes out, will you let me know so I can get a few copies? I can't wait. Blessings.

2:32 PM  
Blogger Caroline Hancox said...

wow, just discovered you, i really like your style, think i will be visiting here often!

3:33 PM  
Blogger rrARTz said...

congratulations! your work is amazing and i look forward to it!

3:35 PM  
Blogger Sandy said...

Oh I could Never get tired of your work - AMAZING piece of cardboard.Fabulous submission to such a cause. and I am looking forward to the next 300!

7:29 PM  
Blogger Judybec said...

what a beautiful piece of art for a wonderful cause! This has such depth --ALL your drawings are fabulous! congrats on your 300th post--WOW!

8:50 PM  
Blogger Sandy Maudlin said...

What a great cause to support. Love your work.

10:21 PM  
Anonymous Jackie said...

Congrats on your 300th post!
Love the drawing!

12:12 AM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thanks, everyone.

I can't quite believe that this is the 3ooth post. Quite unbelievable. I'm not sure that I'd ever got to 300 if it wasn't for the support and encouragemnet that I get from all you guys. Now I know that I'll be drawing forever. Thank you ALL.

11:21 PM  
Blogger suzanne cabrera said...

Gulp! I love it and can assure you that we'll never get tired of these drawings.

2:04 AM  
Blogger Barbara Weeks said...

Congratulations on your good work- both artistic and charitable! Happy 300th!

5:36 AM  
Blogger joseph's art and stuff said...

more great work, love it! wish i could attend, but i live on the other side of the big pond... thanks for the visit and comments as well.

8:24 PM  
Anonymous Rachel H said...

Another great picture - love the socks! You've got such a way with detail.

I do a lot of acrylic work on cardboard actually - I love the way it grabs the paint. It's a wonder I don't have a ton of backless sketchbooks around. Oh hang on, I do...

9:42 AM  
Blogger kelly said...

I love it. Both the art and the cause.


5:43 PM  
Blogger andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Thanks, lovely people.

10:21 PM  
Blogger frida said...

What a fabulous concept for a show and a cause.

11:51 PM  

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