|A virtual exhibition of etchings by Lisa Le Quelenec|
Thursday, 23 March 2017
Monday, 20 March 2017
|Snaps from a quick break in Jersey ©2017LisaLeQuelenec|
There is nothing like taking a break from a big project and coming back refreshed. A quick trip to Jersey has done this for me and now I am ready for the home run of finishing up the loose ends. I can't wait to share this one with you.
I have competition for finding treasure on the beach now as someone has started his own collection ;o) . New wellies were put to the test as we explored the rockpools at Green Island finding shrimp, crabs, a blenny and tickling sea anenomes. Holes were dug, castles built and destroyed; shells, stones, seaglass and seaweed collected - that was just me.... I didn't do any sketching at all and only opened a sketchbook to press some seaweed inbetween the pages. As a result I have a lovely damp, beach smelling sketchbook - ah well inspiration takes many forms....
Now back to work.
Wednesday, 1 March 2017
Storms Doris and Ewan whilst wet and windy passed us by in February without too much damage down here. I don't think they were quite so lucky further north unfortunately.
The following are a couple of sketchbook snippets from the wild weather last week playing with tone and markmaking which seems to be a theme developing in my work recently. I am working on finishing a rather large project which is occupying rather a lot of time at the moment and so sketchbook work has been a little distraction whilst taking a break.
|Sketchbook snippet - across the marsh watercolour 12x12cm approx ©2017LisaLeQuelenec|
|February storm watercolour in a6 sketchbook ©2017LisaLeQuelenec|