Sunday, December 5, 2010

Paper Tales

stormy weather
stormy weather

how many boys have you drowned
how many boys have you drowned?
 carmen miranda
carmen miranda

lady godiva
 lady godiva

The series of works i created for my most recent group exhibition in Brisbane at nine lives gallery.
Luckily, thanks to the nice folks at the gallery these are staying up on the walls while the curvy exhibition takes place, so they'll be there for a little while longer.

19 comments:

  1. I really love the first girl's expression. These drawings are beautiful :)

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  2. these are stunning, i love the mood in these :)

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  3. awestruck.
    seeing the sneak peak of these in your earlier post inspired me to pull out the old graphite and pink eraser myself.
    you are inspiring.

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  4. stormy weather's pose & face are delightful!

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  5. love love love love! i really like the lines in stormy weather, but they are all amazing. lady godiva is pretty amazing too. she has a halo. . . beautiful work

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  6. mm these are delicious! super duper lovely. i kind of really want the drowned men piece.

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  7. Gosh, these are so beautiful. The second one reminds me of Rebecca, I guess because of the dark atmosphere and the drowning allusions. Absolutely wonderful. ♥

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  8. Because these are all in pencil, it makes me pay more attention to the shadowing - it's magnificent.

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  9. I love the curves. Is there anything more beautiful than a woman body?

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  10. these illustrations are amazing!!

    what did you use for these?

    www.hopethislasts.com

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  11. your art is wonderful. each piece I just sat and took in and then the next one would thrill me even more... lovely to find you and your art.

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  12. Thanks everyone. :)

    aubrey - i just used a pacer pencil on cotton paper.

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  13. Very sensual images, just breathtaking. Sexy, too.

    I'm a big admirer of your art.

    Kind wishes,
    Antonia

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  14. So lovely! You always inspire me. In fact, I think I'm going to go draw right now :)

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  15. SO GORGEOUS. Especially love the Lady Godiva and the drowningboys ones, the faces are so detailed and expressive! amazing work!

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  16. Your art is so lovely. Sensual, feminine.

    People with talent, like you, make me wish I could draw.

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  17. I love the dreamy quality these drawings possess. They feel like they've come straight out of a fairy tale book.

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