Thursday, 25 February 2010

And Now, On a Different Note Altogether


I've been keeping the post-exhibition anticlimax at bay by cracking on with another project, namely a set of illustrations for Borders Council's new art education initiative Living Room, which aims to redress the balance of primary school art teaching by introducing ideas about architecture, form and the built environment, with reference to five borders towns, numero uno- Peebles, above! I must say it is really refreshing to work in this way again, ceramics firmly to one side for the moment!

5 comments:

Victoria Stitch said...

i love this! you manage to get such detail into your drawings! i really like your style!

Erika Stevenson said...

as much as i liked home sweet home, Its nice to see your work again- not on a plate or pin! exciting to have a new brief eh? looking forward to seeing the rest!

Lindsay Grime said...

yes indeed i know what you mean!

fiona said...

oooooh my wee hometown! this is great, it looks just like peebles!
sorry i didn't make it through to glasgow, the pictures look great though, well done!

Lindsay Grime said...

no worries deary, glad you recognise the old highstreet, this was a nice one to draw... though the best town is yet to come, wink wink, small town rivalry shizzle!