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Sketchbook Peaks: Book 2 (2010-2011)

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Interpretation of a Chinese window hanging. Memories of my Grandmothers travels.

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Reproduction of Peruvian traditional wall hanging. Memories of my Grandmothers travels.

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Study and research on Paul Sinac’s watercolors

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Study and artist research Dr John Bellany CBE RA Sickert Strode these streets, Dieppe

Seen at the Royal Academy London

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Thoughts biodiversity, food production and environment

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Thoughts and notes on Ethno-botany

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A study from life of an African Statue

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Experiments with trees, Impressionism and Emily Carr

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Planning

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Planning

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Vegetable Watercolor

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Quick sketch

Artist research and studies of Vincent Van Gough:

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Ramblings and thoughts on a long car ride to Lake O’Hara. Poverty, human rights, health.

Lake O’Hara:

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Artist research Emily Carr, and Totem poles:

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Project planning

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Project planning

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Project planning

Project planning, Food and Daily dinners idea:

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Artist research

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Artist research

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Artist research

6 thoughts on “Sketchbook Peaks: Book 2 (2010-2011)

  1. I enjoyed your work and wish to encourage you to continue. I think your source’s of inspiration going to be very pleased,and i think your execution of your work is much better than I could ever achieve. I look forward to seeing more from you.

    • Thank you, I appreciate your support and while life as a university student (with no courses pertaining to art), makes it challenging to find the time to dedicate to art related work, it is certainly something that I am challenging myself to keep up.

  2. Erika Darls Ive just looked at your recent additions and I just love your Lake O’Hara the white with a splash of green looks just divine, Glad to see you have added since I first saw your blog a short time ago Many thoughts of our meeting in Udaipur XXX

    • Thank you Geoffrey, your feedback is much appreciated. I will indeed keep trying to add new things as they come up. Blogging is proving an interesting avenue of expression and I am specifically enjoying he added connectivity it imparts.

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