Usually I think of traditional media when I sketch on my iPad. This one uses only digital tools – no simulated paint or ink.
I was moved to be there today. Five years post earthquake. I missed it, but I didn’t realise how much I missed it. I have been a regular visitor since 1967, and so there were familiar works, and I loved immersing myself into the textures.
Max Gimblett. This was an item in his classic clover shape. I just liked being close up.
Close up of a McCahon.
I can see the Harley building where I used to work, fate still unknown.
Petrus van der Velden – amazing image of Otaro river.
E. Mervyn Taylor, I recall his woodcuts in the School Magazine.
Close up of a Rita Angus watercolour. How does do that bleeding?
I’ve an urge to do some plain air sketching. So been Googleing
“Portland Steamer” Oregon Maritime Museum, SW Pine and SW Naito, Portland Oregon
I am not as prolific as in my ThousandSketches days. But when the urge comes I find I’m enjoying my productions. I recently sold a few prints and loved making them. Last night I thought about spring. I made the image below, Day I called it. So I also made a Night. Next post.