I also managed to get over to Tulse Hill in London to visit the artist Rosaelie Schewelkier, who runs the Emely Space. We had a nice chat about being an artist in London, which convinced me that a) I am doing the right stuff for me, and b) I don’t have anywhere near the amount of energy it would take to move out and live somewhere that’s not Bedfordshire.
This was proved when I got home and collapsed for a few days. Getting lost on the way to Tulse Hill was exhausting!
I’ve wanted to post this image online for a while, but I kept hoping I’d do a better version of it. This is my third attempt, and I realised that I just don’t have the willpower to give it a fourth attempt right now; I’ve got the paper all set up and ready to go, but instead I’ve been working on trees. This piece was also done on some slightly-larger-than-my-scanner paper, which is why there’s a sort of grey fringing around the edges.