I have 2 drawings in this year's Prize Exhibition at the RBSA. The exhibition runs until Saturday 12 July. You can view a short film of it here. You can see my picture in the corner in one shot, and then just after it there is a short of the wall with Frou Frou hanging on the left hand side. I've not managed to get to the gallery to see the exhibition yet, but hopefully I will get to see it within the next couple of weeks. It looks good from the film.
Here is a quick sketch I made of the lovely plant known as Lamb's Ear. I bought one of these plants after looking for some time for one, I've seen it in gardens and loved the silky silver texture of it.
Mine's in a container and I've had to treat it for a fungal disease, it keeps going spotty! I don't know how long it'll last in the polluted Black Country air.
And here is some more progress on my rose drawing. All is done in FW Acrylic Ink, red for the rose, payne's grey and black for the background.
I'm still listening to Wolf Hall while I work. So I guess this drawing will be forever linked in my mind to the ambiguous character of Thomas Crowell and the bloody glamour of Tudor England.