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The Shelter

The Shelter is an interdisciplinary collaboration combining live drawing in Japanese ink, a multi-voiced verbatim performed by Creative Writer Shane Strachan, and original musical compositions and soundscape by Ross Whyte. (more…)

Double Dutch or a lecture on drawing?

Double Dutch or a lecture on drawing?  at Historic Environment Scotland Study Days in Duff House Banff. Drawing to me is the purest form of art. (more…)

Burlesque at its best

Burlesque at its best is part of the body of work For the love of drawing, a series on lifedrawing in pencil. (more…)

When you are a man

When you are a man is part of the body of work For the love of drawing, a series on lifedrawing in pencil. The pencil drawings are all between A3 and A2 in size and completed in certainly no more than 10 minutes per sketch. (more…)

Paddy joins in

Paddy joins in is part of the body of work For the love of drawing, a series on lifedrawing in pencil. (more…)

Finding Flow in Mark-Making

Finding flow in mark-making is what I call when capturing the essence of a subject without lifting the pencil from the drawing paper. (more…)

Folk and Freens

Every year I draw Folk and Freens at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe: featuring bands as Dallahan, Gone Native, Simon Kempston, Nae Plans, and Brechin All Records. (more…)

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