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A Bit Of Drawing.



Some more fairyland type doodling, adding to something I begun about a year ago. Fun to feel pencil on paper and nice to relax with, rather than engage this semesters course work while battling a couple of viruses. Week four and I think I'm already looking at an extension for an installation art piece involving the creation of latex moulds that will allow me to reproduce a series of anatomically correct (I hope) plaster reproductions of a human heart. A bit creepy...but maybe not so far removed from fairy tales after all...snow white anyone?


Comments

karenw said…
You are too talented - still... I am desperate to see the heart, and I hope there are photos of you casting (is that the right term?) the latex.

I have to say I am loving having today off, specially as Meaghan decided that throwing up on her floor in the middle of the night was a good thing.
see you tomorrow. If you need me to get Archie send me a text. xx
your drawings are great! and the project is sounding interesting and hard to do!
hope you're feeling better soon :)
Getrealmommy said…
I really like these drawings! Pretty, and whimsical (did I spell that right? Probably not.)
i know what you mean about pencil to paper! your drawings are great and the art installation project should so interesting. cant wait to hear/see more about this! i hope you have a relaxing weekend and feel better soon.
Kylie said…
These are just wonderful Jo! I hope you're feeling better soon. Kx
These look amazing. i love to doodle as well :)

x

Marielle

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