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Image of the Month: Beasts Above the Sea by Tamlyn Blasdale-Holmes ASGFA

“Beasts Above the Sea” is an interpretation of human impact upon nature. It is also a reflection of the chaos we inflict upon ourselves. This piece examines our relationship with the Seas and the seemingly devastating pressures we put upon … Continue reading

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Image of the Month: Bear Swimming II by Gary Cook ASGFA

Polar bears are modern man’s canary in the coal mine. The dangers that they are facing in the Arctic are an early warning to us. I wanted my watercolour to demonstrate how our actions are affecting the environment there and … Continue reading

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Image of the Month: The Industrialists by Kevin Wells ASGFA

  The Industrialists was unusual for me in the sense the idea came to my mind fully formed and was then drawn pretty much as it was imagined. Usually, I start a drawing with at best a vague idea, or, … Continue reading

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Image of the Month: Rebuilding the Unbuilt by Sumi Perera SGFA

  Rebuilding the Unbuilt [Y Block] forms part of a series of prints derived from Sumi Perera’s drawing of the unbuilt Expo Tower designed for Montreal’s Expo 67 by Archigram member Peter Cook. Cook’s Expo Tower was based on Kiyonori Kikutake’s visionary floating metropolis … Continue reading

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Stepping into Another Dimension

By Jackie Devereux PSGFA My work is constantly evolving I work mainly in watercolour on a large scale, but also use line & wash.  Whilst developing a new series  I am literally taking ideas for a walk into another dimension. My work … Continue reading

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Image of the Month: Doggie Friends by Lisa Graa Jensen

         Everyday I start off rain or shine, with an hour of walking with our dogs on Wimbledon Common -a lovely open patch of nature on the edge of London – lots of life going on – horse riding and lots … Continue reading

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Sketching on Stage with Oliver Lovley

  The Pitman Painters by Lee Hall In 1934 a group of Northumberland miners attended a WEA evening class in art appreciation. Struggling to understand the paintings they were presented with, they began to paint the everyday things they saw around … Continue reading

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