28 Drawings Later – Other People’s Work

If my work hasn’t made you check out the 28 Drawings Later Facebook Group page, then have a look at these, a dozen pieces which have been uploaded in the last day or so. (On the site, you need to click on ‘Recent posts by others – see all’.)


Arna Baartz – Casting Away the Umbrella

(inspired by Matisse – Nasturtiums and Dance 1)


Brian Loudon – Portrait of a Young Woman

Carol_Lambie_GoinggoinggoneCarol Lambie – Going! Going! Gone!

Catherine_PendergrassCatherine Pendergrass – Hello Up There!

Dave_Hynes_Shades_of_GreyDavid Hynes – Shades of Grey


Heather Prescott – Creative Block

Inklings_by_JKfrom ‘Inklings by JK’

Phillipa_England_Daddy's_JacketPhillipa England – Daddy’s Jacket

Rona_Innes_Skull_of_a_Little_PenguinRona Innes – Skull of a Little Penguin

Shelagh_Mcnicholas_In_the_coffee_shopShelagh Mcnicholas – In the Coffee Shop

Cara_Shanley_SistersCara Shanley – Sisters

Stephen_Scott_GlasgowStephen Scott – Glasgow at night


About notes to the milkman

I'm a printmaker based in the North West of England, living in Bolton and printing at Hot Bed Press in Salford. Please visit my website johnpindararts.weebly.com
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4 Responses to 28 Drawings Later – Other People’s Work

  1. anne54 says:

    Sensational! I especially love the loose detail of the coffee shop drawing.

  2. coastalcrone says:

    Well done! I like the variety – thanks for sharing.

  3. Pingback: Creative Block By Heather Prescott | notes to the milkman

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