This morning at the studio I had no visitors so got on with my panorama piece adding detail to the building at Ocean Bay and started to add some of the beach huts then housing at the top of the cliff. A complex task which I took in stages and patiently not wanting to make mistakes.
Not rushing is good for me as I don’t always take breaks with pieces and I am pleased with this. I hope I can continue to be patient and complete it successfully but it’s going to take a lot more work yet.
This afternoon, the nephew of an old work colleague from Essex from 19996 to 2006 came for his second visit with three of his daughters. The girls drew to start but later Chris joined in as well. They started with A6 postcards then worked on boxes too.
Drawn by Chris’ older daughter and gifted to him on completion – an amazingly detailed piece of work.
The best it this afternoon was all the chat about art, how and when I draw. Why the colour of the water in the bay varies…this is why I offer art for fun, a chance to create and chat and relax.<div class='sharedaddy sd-block sd-like jetpack-likes-widget-wrapper jetpack-likes-widget-unloaded' id='like-post-wrapper-123416164-7585-6330b5af19b2b' data-src='https://widgets.wp.com/likes/#blog_id=123416164&post_id=7585&origin=andyknillart.com&obj_id=123416164-7585-6330b5af19b2b' data-name='like-post-frame-123416164-7585-6330b5af19b2b' data-title='Like or Reblog'><h3 class="sd-title">Like this:</h3><div class='likes-widget-placeholder post-likes-widget-placeholder' style='height: 55px;'><span class='button'><span>Like</span></span> <span class="loading">Loading...</span></div><span class='sd-text-color'></span><a class='sd-link-color'></a></div>