365 Drawings 365 Dessins Week Four

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A project with / Un projet de Tineke Bruijnzeels and Cally Trench

Week Four Guest artist / artiste invité: Guy Tarrant

Drawing by Tineke Bruijnzeels

Drawing by Tineke Bruijnzeels

Drawing by Tineke Bruijnzeels

Tineke Bruijnzeels

I have drawn the contrast of a recently ploughed field and the crops growing on either side. The appearance of these fields changes incredibly with the time of day, the weather and the humidity of the soil.

J'ai dessiné le contraste d'un champs récemment labouré et la végétation à ses côtés. L'apparition de ces champs change énormément avec l'heure du jour, le temps, et l'humidité du sol.

Drawings of 27/8/13, 28/8/13 and 31/8/13
Pencil, soft pastels, gel pen, felt tip pen. / Crayon, pastel à l'ecu, stylo à gel, feutre

Drawing by Cally Trench

Drawing by Cally Trench

Drawing by Cally Trench

Cally Trench

Drawings of my daughter Hepzibah reading.

Drawings of 27/8/13, 29/8/13 and 1/9/13
Charcoal and soft pastels on ivory-coloured paper.

Drawing by Guy Tarrant

Drawing by Guy Tarrant

Drawing by Guy Tarrant

Guy Tarrant

On 25/8/13 I sliced the top corner of my finger with a Stanley knife. These drawings plot the healing process. I have had severe eczema all my life, which means that I have an over-active immune system. This means scratches and wounds heal very quickly. I am fascinated by my skin and its changing state.

Healing Scar: Drawings of 26/8/13, 28/8/13 and 1/9/13

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