Charles Darwin

I was sketching at the Natural  History Museum  in London the other day. 🙂 Sketch of  Charles Darwin Statue

Imperfect portrait

I look at my portrait of Anders Zorn and wish I spent more time trying to capture his likeness. At the same time I am happy with the painting. I completed it during two of my lunch breaks. The clock was against me, it wasn’t perfect from the start but I pushed on regardless, my… Continue reading Imperfect portrait

Little lunchtime watercolour

This was my first lunchtime watercolour for a few weeks, feels good to be back doing it. Stockholm ferry. Arches rough 300g, 11,5 x 7,8 cm

Tuesday’s life drawing

Venue: Konstnärshuset, Stockholm. 20150414 It felt good to be figure drawing again after a two week break. I feel frustrated these days, I just don’t have enough time for my art. I am working on it, trying to free up more time in the future. I buy lots of gadgets to improve my art, the… Continue reading Tuesday’s life drawing

Alexandra Becker-Black

I stumbled over this site this morning while on Facebook. Alexandra Becker-Black is a watercolour artist who does very good figurative work. Visit her website here.

Life drawing

Venue: Konstnärshuset, Stockholm. 20150331 It wasn’t one of my better life drawing sessions. I was feeling worn-out. Working, painting and drawing all the time, I needed a break so I did just that.… Now I’m back and today I finished a large watercolour, it wasn’t a total success but I learned a lot working in… Continue reading Life drawing

Watercolour practice.

Monday, 30th of March, 2015I didn’t know what to paint during my lunch hour, I only had a half an hour. I decided to do a bit of cloud practice. Clouds. Fabriani HP, 24 x 18cm 20150330

A visit to the museum

A visit to the Natural History Museum in Stockholm, Sweden. 20150319 I was with the Stockholm Urban Sketchers last Sunday, we spent half a day having fun sketching all the stuffed animals. It’s kind of morbid but at least they don’t move when you’re trying to draw them. I really enjoyed it, I’ll be going… Continue reading A visit to the museum