Shall All Pass?

A text based work responding to situations like, the coronavirus which is continuing to drag along and seemingly not getting any better. A thought/feeling written out.

Shall All Pass? (Digital Drawing)

“Shall all pass?” is a play on the title of the Fronteer Art postcard exhibition titled All Shall Pass . It is a pop art style digital drawing that reads “all shall pass?”, questioning the statement itself. This could be taken as a pessimistic view, however it is intended only to highlight the times when we find ourselves questioning things. A normal human reaction to situations such as the current pandemic.

This will be displayed as a 6×4 inch glossy digital print at the Fronteer Gallery in Sheffield.

JPEG Archive

Hello. I have made another page on here. A place to store every iteration of each digital drawing. They kind of show the process and I think they’re quite interesting. Click here to check it out if you like!

Also here is a new digital drawing I have been working on. Right up close and personal with the rubbish. Featuring mouldy food, spilled rice, packaging and plastic bags.

Amazon and ActimelDigital Drawing Complete Version

Girl Space

This year I had the chance to exhibit in a day festival celebrating and showcasing female creatives. It was a wonderful event and allowed me to show Rubbish in Hyde Park Book Club. A venue right in the middle of Leeds student area, where the subject matter of excessive waste is very common.

Hyde Park Book Club
Three Exhibiting Artists
Rubbish – A1 Digital Print on Acetate
Rubbish – A1 Digital Print on Acetate
Rubbish – A1 Digital Print on Acetate

Snapshots

The way I work always begins with a snapshot of something/somewhere. I will be creating a page for my snapshots in order to digitally archive them.

Leeds Bin Bag Snapshot – Heightened Saturation

Some of my snapshots, like this one, are like pieces themselves. At the moment they are pretty much all linked to rubbish, as I am working around throw-away society. I usually heighten the saturation of them to use the vibrant colours when digitally drawing over the top.