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Coffee In

I found myself having good coffee in a Footscray cafe whilst waiting for a family member at the Tattoo shop.

Trying to work smarter at sketching when out and about in my little journal and left the coffee I spilled on the page as all a part of it.

The man on the stool kept getting up and then down expressively chatting with his mate. I found this tricky and nearly felt brave enough to ask him to stay put for five but nah I didn’t as I actually was enjoying listening to their convo, think they were muso’s which was interesting to me.

I was overlooking yummy cakes in the sliding glass cabinet at the window looking out onto the street. The looseness of the ink appeals to me but think I prefer a pencil and some colour.

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Brain empty

I watched an artist on YouTube who strongly suggests just doodling in between the structured pressures of creating a finished work can declutter the mind in bucket loads.

I often doodle in work meetings or even while hangin with friends/family. But the empowerment of doodling big size really freed my mind up more so.

These marks, shapes, varied textures all have potential and I can see myself cutting them up and collaging them.

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Degas exhibition NGV Melbourne- last day and I got to see it.

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A magically colored life – gouache/oil pastel

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I’m pleased to share with you my latest work for an exhibition that is running now until the end of June.  The theme is DESATURATE – An expression in Black and White.

With some time spent scribbling ideas down and setting my collectible doll up in a still life I finally came up with this which I have called ‘A magically colored life’.  Just my play on words a bit.  Bye for now.