Art with all its lumps and bumps, watch an artwork unfold in real time.
At each of my art stalls you will be able to see a piece of art start, develop or be refined, along side of finished works. This guarantees there is something different or new to view, at each stall.
This also means there is no hiding, you get to see the glory and the disaster that may unfold. But bare in mind there is always the ugly at the start, some people don’t realise that most masterpieces start with scribble or just splashes of colour. So don’t forget to return to see the finished piece, it often looks nothing like the start.
The public piece I am working on at the moment is “Brent Dragon” a surreal portrait of a boy warrior, on the back of a flying dragon. The roughs are below, along with the start on the background done while at the Dayboro Tea House Art Stall. Some people may think a little pastel and soft for a dragon scene, but it is for a young boy. I want to highlight the dreamy, magic of the ride, rather than a ferocious beast.