Drawing a Diary. Oak gall ink on linen, 14 x 17cm, 2015

Clear hand-drawn lines as one of the key mark-making tools used in a utilitarian way that resembles an empty page of a diary, one of the most personal objects that you, the artist, writer, mother, dad, friend and any stranger may own.

Each artwork is unique.

Drawing a Diary. Oak gall ink, 15 x 21cm, 2015

Clear hand-drawn lines as one of the key mark-making tools used in a utilitarian way that resembles an empty page of a diary, one of the most personal objects that you, the artist, writer, mother, dad, friend and any stranger may own.

Each artwork is unique.

Drawing a Diary. Oak gall ink on linen, 22 x 17cm, 2015

Clear hand-drawn lines as one of the key mark-making tools used in a utilitarian way that resembles an empty page of a diary, one of the most personal objects that you, the artist, writer, mother, dad, friend and any stranger may own.

Each artwork is unique.

Drawing a Diary. Oak gall ink on linen, 31 x 24cm, 2015

Exhibited at group show entitled Approaches D Contemporary Gallery 2018.

Clear hand-drawn lines as one of the key mark-making tools used in a utilitarian way that resembles an empty page of a diary, one of the most personal objects that you, the artist, writer, mother, dad, friend and any stranger may own.

Each artwork is unique.

Drawing a Diary. Oak gall ink on book cloth, 38 x 28cm, 2015

Clear hand-drawn lines as one of the key mark-making tools used in a utilitarian way that resembles an empty page of a diary, one of the most personal objects that you, the artist, writer, mother, dad, friend and any stranger may own.

Each artwork is unique.

Drawing a Diary. Oak gall ink on reclaimed cotton, 38 x 48cm, 2019

Clear hand-drawn lines as one of the key mark-making tools used in a utilitarian way that resembles an empty page of a diary, one of the most personal objects that you, the artist, writer, mother, dad, friend and any stranger may own.

Each artwork is unique.