A bit of research 

I went to Victoria and Albert Museum in London to do some researching and came out inspired

Finished The Sculpture

I finished the sculpture and now is drying. I have to make some tests about glazing, I think I want a rustic finishing.

He Even Has a Head

I had some progress with my man, now he even has a head and still standing. Very nice!

Visiting St Fagans

Last Thursday, Anne that is the responsible for the Art group at the Factory and  Art in the Attic, she organised a day in the open air at St Fagans National History Museum, where the intention was to take pictures and make some sketches. It was very interesting because some of the students had not the slightest confidence in taking pictures, but in the end they did a great job. I took some pictures too, as it is an inspirational place.

New work

I‘ve been lately searching for different canvas materials to make my paintings. I experimented with paper which was very interesting and  I enjoyed and the possibilities are infinity . Now I am working with wood board as a basis for my paintings/drawings, well they are more like of a multimedia design. The result is very rewarding, very different and I can explore a lot more.  At the moment I am leaving part of the natural wood be part of the process.
These works are part of an exhibition in honour of Mandela.

On Balance, Graphite and acrylic on wood board
On Balance,
Graphite and acrylic on wood board
Cultural Entrapment, Graphite and acrylic on wood board
Cultural Entrapment,
Graphite and acrylic on wood board

The Crux of the Matter

The exhibition The Crux of the Matter is coming to an end, having one more week until the end. Here are the pictures of my pieces of art.