I monoprinted a series of my life drawing sketches - this one being my favourite because of the unusual pose.
The manner that the statue has cracked and deformed whilst still remaining like a mouth caught my attention in the museum and I had to draw it.
A quick charcoal and rubber sketch from Dan Whiteson's life drawing classes.
Chalk on black paper - a study from Bellmer's photographs of dolls.
A calming process of drawing this beautiful pose of Cupid's kiss.
The outline of the figure is accentuated by the interplay of white space and a riot of colour.
This work typifies a fascination with developing life drawing sketches into colourful, bold compositions.
The drawing represents the human body but not as we know it.
Colour interaction enhances the stress and strain on the body as the figure fragments.
A small Triptych for 'Islington Exhibits' displayed in Blighty Cafe, N4 2JF.
A playful Triptych in response to Splitpin's call out in 2014.