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Drawing medium: Ink



Gallery: Wychwood Art

Ships from: United Kingdom

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About the artwork
#2203D by David Jones [2022]originalBlack ink on paperImage size: H:39 cm x W:30 cmComplete Size of Unframed Work: H:39 cm x W:30 cm x D:0.1cmSold UnframedPlease note that insitu images are purely an indication of how a piece may look#2203D is an original drawing by David Jones. David Jones, artist, is pleased to present a series of nude drawings in the style of Matisse. David Jones art is represented by Wychwood Art online and in our art gallery. David belongs to the Oxford Art Society and exhibits locally and in London with Wychwood Art. To discuss any works by David Jones please contact deborah@wychwoodart.com or call 07799 535765.


Medium Ink
Support Paper
Framed? No
Subjects Nude,
Style Minimalist
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity No
Year created 2022
Artwork Dimensions: 39 X 30 X 0.1 X cm

About David Jones

David Jones' art draws on Matisse's life drawings. He belongs to the Oxford Art Society and exhibits locally and in London with Wychwood Art.

David’s drawings on the human form depict our different emotions and feelings, expressed simply through a few lines. “After 2 major brain operations 20 years ago, an artist friend suggested life drawing to help with memory problems. I use a technique known as Zen drawing - as each line is drawn, one only looks at the subject (the model) and not the paper. The line is drawn on the out breath for best concentration, power and control. I hope that as you look at these line drawings you can 'draw' them again with me. To breathe slower and smoother with each line.

The poses are usually between 1 and 5 minutes (max 10). Sometimes there’s time for more than one completed work of the same pose, as measuring is not required as in 'normal' life drawing. Permanent artist ink marker pen is used, so no fading or damage possible. The work is signed with my initials within a monogram in the shape of a fish/whale. Thanks to so many for helping me.”