Sunday, February 05, 2006

A head and a pot.

I drew this head at the Tate Modern, it's a bronze by Julian Phelps Allan called "Marjorie" (1928).



And this pot in Kew gardens.

18 comments:

Elliot said...

Pot is especially nice.
It looks like the Americas Cup.

Laura said...

Both are gorgeous. I really admire your work.

the doodlers said...

swingin' line work!

Boogervampire said...

I've been kinda "spying" on your work for a couple months now and I am so inspired by it. Your sketches are so amazing. . . I just finally got the courage to say something. Keep it coming, please, I totally love every bit of it.

Stef said...

Thanks Elliot.

Thanks you very much Laura, I'm flattered.

Thanks Doodlers, I tried to have the same kind of modernity in my brush line as in the bronze, this head is so simple and beautiful.

Wow, thanks so much for the praise "boogervampire", and please leave more comments in the future, I really appreciate it!

gur-B said...

There are some real fine lines going on here STeph !. Great stuff.

Stef said...

Thank you Gerbie! can't wait to see your Kong!

Smook said...

More great studies, Stef!

Cedric said...

Beautiful line work! I also love the background texture on the pot.

BenerdWalkin said...

Hey stef

Nice observations...been a while since I did some blogging....nice to see your still going....keep them coming

Alina Chau said...

beautiful and elegant drawings!!

AndyMurray said...

Humbled!

willipino said...

great studies.

Matthew Cruickshank said...

That was an awesome exhibition as I recall. Sculpture from the gods, and nicely represented in this study Stephane.

Matt J said...

Which one is which?

alberto mielgo said...

Beautifull solid sketch!

SpaceMonkey said...

Awesome stuff. Loved everything I've seen here.

I sketch too.
http://tanmayzargar.blogspot.com

Cedric said...

These are gorgeous!