22 February 2022

Drawing Tuesday - "animal magic" or Brunei Gallery

 For those not meeting at Brunei Gallery, the suggested topic is "animal magic". Used to be a tv show of that title, anyone remember it? Here's a classic installment from 1967 -




Anything to do with animals is grist for the mill this week!


From Ann - A magical cat called Casper....still miss him after 5 years.



From Carol - I went to the Brunei and really enjoyed just working in ink for a change. This is ‘The world inside the mountain’ by Dong Jinsheng. 3 crows included (does that pass as animal magic).


From Jo - This is a ceramic animal (deer?), decorated to look like stitched fabric and - this is the magic - if you pull its red, felt tongue you get a self-retracting tape measure! It has FOREIGN stamped on its bottom and is fairly hideous, but I couldn't resist it in some long-forgotten charity shop. Its about 4 inches high.




From Janet K - Inuit sculpture drawn at the Montreal Museum of Fine Art a few years ago.  Spirit carrying a fish by Nick Sikkuark. Bone, fur, antler. Made about 2000.


From Joyce - Here are two Wood ducks and a Mandarin duck at Kelsey Park,  from a photo I took a few weeks ago.



From Judith - Inspired by woodcut ‘Morning Mist’ at Brunei Gallery exhibition of modern Chinese woodblock prints.


From Najlaa -  I just finished this fabric owl panel with wadding and machine stitch.


From Richard - For some reason I'm reluctant to draw from photo's but it seemed the best option this time. We have a low-pitched lean-to shed with a corrugated panel roof. It has become a green roof almost entirely without interference. Three weeks ago we found a fox asleep on it.



From Sue K - l love the starling murmurations - l used a freeze frame found on the internet as reference. 



From me - "The guys" live on the top shelf of Freya's kitchen (that her daddy made for her). The changing population includes bears, rabbits, pigs, dolls (handmade by grannies), and at the bottom of the crowded heap, an emu.




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