365 Drawings 365 Dessins

A project by Cally Trench and Tineke Bruijnzeels

Week 31: Guest artist / artiste invitée: Linda Francis

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Drawing by Tineke Bruijnzeels

Drawing by Tineke Bruijnzeels

Drawing by Tineke Bruijnzeels

Tineke Bruijnzeels

The colour variations of the Lake.

Les variations de couleur du Lac.

Drawings of 3/3/14, 4/3/14 and 8/3/14
Oil pastel on card / Pastel gras sur carton

Drawing by Cally Trench

Drawing by Cally Trench

Drawing by Cally Trench

Cally Trench

Drawings of my daughter Hepzibah playing the violin. She was in constant movement.

Drawings of 5/3/14, 6/3/14 and 9/3/14
Pen and ink on ivory-coloured paper

Drawing by Linda Francis

Drawing by Linda Francis

Drawing by Linda Francis

Linda Francis

The tulip drawings were done on cartridge paper with a Conte Pierre Noire Drawing Pencil 2B. I used my left hand, although right-handed, because I like the unpredictability! I have always loved the way tulips become more interesting as they die, the way they start with a very neat and tidy shape, slowly bending and then becoming more twisted and gnarled with time, for me, just as beautiful as when fresh.

The Wall and the Books, 1961 ...
Music, states of happiness, mythology, faces belabored by time, certain twilights and certain places try to tell us something, or have said something we should not have missed, or are about to say something; this imminence of a revelation which does not occur is, perhaps, the aesthetic phenomenon. (Jorge Luis Borges)

Drawings of 6/3/14, 7/3/14 and 8/3/14

Tineke Bruijnzeels's website
Cally Trench's website