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Drawing directly from life gives an artist a close connection with the subject. When that subject is a person and when the work is made in a single session - when feelings are to the fore and the intellect perhaps takes a back seat, the work can gain a real warmth and intimacy.

These are drawings made, often with a lightness of touch, a celebration of the subject and an enjoyment of fleeting light falling across the subject.

Sweater (18.08.18)
Rebecca at Sidi Bou Said (18/11/12)
Rebecca (21/04/13)
Trousers (09.07.06)
Shirt (10.07.06)
Jacket (06.07.06)
Shoes (04.07.06)
Madame Bovary
Stella 21.07.06
Pete 05.02.00
Bridget at 35 weeks
Eddie 24.02.95
Robin Marsh (17.01.95)
Helen (27.02.95)
Don Bonner (31.01.95)
Self (18.04.1998)
Dad listening to the radio (03.05.1998)
Dad (03.05.1998)
Michael Murfin (12.06.93)
Self (22.05.93)
Pither
Harold (ii)
Self (22.01.02)
Harold (iii)
Will watching snooker on the TV (18.04.99)
T.B.
Self 03/11/18
Dartmouth Park Avenue
Fran (28.09.10)
Bridget (05/01/01)
Rebecca (12/04/13)
Bridget (07.01.00)
Glen
Harold (i)