Month Twelve at St. Anne’s Chapel

Posted: 31 January 2012.
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This month I wanted to explore my own drawing within the drawing and how its relates to itself. There is a sense of time and transition within this drawing as you are lead between different spaces, each getting smaller and less defined. And this definition could relate to the way you process a drawing from start to finish, from a rough sketch into a final piece.

My last day at St. Anne’s Chapel, 20th January, 2012

My last day at St. Anne’s Chapel, 20th January, 2012 (2)

Close up of the four main windows

Close up of the smallest drawing

St. Anne’s Chapel – Charcoal on Paper – 190cm x 240cm -2012

I would like to thank Barnstaple Town Council for letting me produce work in the space before the renovation work takes place, it has been a fantastic experience to be able to make a large scale charcoal drawing of this historic Chapel. Later in the year I will be sending out a newsletter when the opening day will be occurring.

If you want to find out more about the history of the Chapel and follow its progress then click here

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