The road to the farmers market is carpeted by this tiny purple flower considered a weed by humans, yet loved by insects. She's only 3 cm wide, but I felt I needed more space to capture her flamboyant beauty. Centaurea, knapweed - ink, dip pen and brush on recycled paper
Rosa canina fruit and leaf, 2019 Graphite on sketchbook
Out in the cold air for a day. I hoped to find more mushrooms, but we had terrible storms last week and everything was covered with a thick carpet of leaves. Orange light, especially in the pond area where cypresses are just spectacular! Everywhere big chunks of wood with lichens. I came back with a … Continue reading November
Paulownia, 2019 Paulownia tree fruits. Pen and white chalk on kraft paper.
Warm and beautiful autumn days... and thousands of golden brown leaves. Impossible to resist painting one. Autumn leaf, 2019 Watercolour on recycled paper
“All drawing depends, primarily, on your power of representing Roundness. If you can once do that, all the rest is easy and straightforward; if you cannot do that, nothing else that you may be able to do will be of any use. For Nature is all made up of roundnesses; not the roundness of perfect … Continue reading Ink study of knapweed after Ruskin