By Jennifer O'Young

Birchgrove, Sydney, Australia

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Australian flora have been first observed and sketched in an artist's book. These images have then been drawn onto Stonehenge paper which has been totally blackened with charcoal. The forms gradually emerge from dark through mid tone to lightest. A small amount of pastel is used to add highlights. A tiny hidden insect with a dot of colour can be seen if one looks carefully. This work is unframed. It is part of a series of three.


nature, Charcoal, drawing, detail, australia, flora