Shoes are really hard to draw. There is always one that comes out longer or wider or just plain funny looking.
I like these little, off-centre paintings… I think the crease in the page is a benefit to your compositions … perhaps you should always fold your watercolour sheets before you start painting. On a different matter, have you considered consulting a podiatrist? : )
Thanks Ross. It is much better to compose in this book because of the vertical page layout. As for the podiatrist, my feet are fine. My drawing is flawed. : )
Caroline and I love your blog! We discovered it when it was written up in the Gazette; we both both admire the paintings (and drawings) and descriptions. Bravo, Shari!
It’s great to hear from you Gerry. I has really been a long time! I hope you are both well. After I read your comments I remembered when you both came to see my exhibition so many years ago at John Abbott. There were lots of shoes in that show too. Please say hi to Caroline for me.
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