Its tough getting time to draw currently. I have virtual access to my workplace so it follows me everywhere, into evenings and weekends. Tomorrow, I hope to go out early and draw.
I admire the work of Yorkshire artist, Jo Dunn. What strikes me is the way she uses the unpainted paper so skilfully between her bold strokes.
These pieces were painted in half an hour each at the waning of a March day before cycling home. I tried consciously to use white paper in the composition, but the results are very different to Jo’s approach.
I am going to try again tomorrow. If I can interpret the scene with gaps between bold marks, it is because I have Jo’s example in mind.