Category Archives: drawing

HMS Lance, THE IRON DUKE and the transformers

  “Indefatigable”© http://www.chriswoodartist.com All rights reserved Charcoal, Conte, Ink, Tissue Paper on card. I am currently exploring ideas and ways of working for a series of work inspired by WW1naval engagements. Originally this was to produce a piece of work

HMS Lance, THE IRON DUKE and the transformers

  “Indefatigable”© http://www.chriswoodartist.com All rights reserved Charcoal, Conte, Ink, Tissue Paper on card. I am currently exploring ideas and ways of working for a series of work inspired by WW1naval engagements. Originally this was to produce a piece of work

3 prints, developers and an abandonned “workmate”.

  “The Ship Anson’ “The Hard” Portsmouth UK  ©www.chriswoodartist.com All rights reserved This week, in between organising next terms teaching and doing a drawing for the Fareham Art Trail,  I am drawing up ideas for three new lino cuts. The

3 prints, developers and an abandonned “workmate”.

  “The Ship Anson’ “The Hard” Portsmouth UK  ©www.chriswoodartist.com All rights reserved This week, in between organising next terms teaching and doing a drawing for the Fareham Art Trail,  I am drawing up ideas for three new lino cuts. The

life drawing, CAVE ART, MODERNISM and BEYOND

The following text began as the INTRODUCTION to session 10 of my EXPERIMENTAL LIFE DRAWING WORKSHOP to be held in the WEA OMEGA CENTRE in PORTSMOUTH  08.07.2014 A key element of drawing begins with an understanding of structure, whether it’s

life drawing, CAVE ART, MODERNISM and BEYOND

The following text began as the INTRODUCTION to session 10 of my EXPERIMENTAL LIFE DRAWING WORKSHOP to be held in the WEA OMEGA CENTRE in PORTSMOUTH  08.07.2014 A key element of drawing begins with an understanding of structure, whether it’s

Superstores, cheap plonk and hand made paper

Knocking superstores has become a national pastime but today I can report good news ! I have been aciduously collecting the flowers from my camellia and have a huge carrier bag of them. My idea was to put them in

Superstores, cheap plonk and hand made paper

Knocking superstores has become a national pastime but today I can report good news ! I have been aciduously collecting the flowers from my camellia and have a huge carrier bag of them. My idea was to put them in

Swimming Lessons with The Medusa

I began writing this post two weeks ago and it was supposed to recount the tales of one week of mystery and mayhem in the Wood household. However, one week has quickly become Two ! Week one began frantically finishing

Swimming Lessons with The Medusa

I began writing this post two weeks ago and it was supposed to recount the tales of one week of mystery and mayhem in the Wood household. However, one week has quickly become Two ! Week one began frantically finishing

Spring has Sprung !

“Camellia 26.2.14” copyright http://www.chriswoodartist.com all rights reserved. Today’s research reveals that – apparently, the Camellia is a cousin of the tea plant and the symbol of Alabama. As magnificent as they are, sadly, the flowers drop off after a while

Spring has Sprung !

“Camellia 26.2.14” copyright http://www.chriswoodartist.com all rights reserved. Today’s research reveals that – apparently, the Camellia is a cousin of the tea plant and the symbol of Alabama. As magnificent as they are, sadly, the flowers drop off after a while

Circumnavigation : Part 1 : Hayling Ferry : 2014

“Low Tide at the Ferry” : Eastney Beach & Hayling Island (right) © http://www.chriswoodartist.com all rights reserved Chris N Wood 2014 Over the last two and a half months the weather in UK has broken all  records with devastating storms

Circumnavigation : Part 1 : Hayling Ferry : 2014

“Low Tide at the Ferry” : Eastney Beach & Hayling Island (right) © http://www.chriswoodartist.com all rights reserved Chris N Wood 2014 Over the last two and a half months the weather in UK has broken all  records with devastating storms

LINE, FORM, Henry Moore & Procreate

I have long been interested in the relationship between line and form and so too was the British sculptor Henry Moore, who was the inspiration behind the following series of drawings. In an attempt to make my forms look a

LINE, FORM, Henry Moore & Procreate

I have long been interested in the relationship between line and form and so too was the British sculptor Henry Moore, who was the inspiration behind the following series of drawings. In an attempt to make my forms look a

2014, Pencils, Wind, Rain & Good Intentions

I’ve survived Christmas, storms, floods, a 320 mile round trip, reheated left-overs and lastly, the New Year which began with a slightly sore head ! Today, I’m still in holiday mood – hence having the luxury of time to write

2014, Pencils, Wind, Rain & Good Intentions

I’ve survived Christmas, storms, floods, a 320 mile round trip, reheated left-overs and lastly, the New Year which began with a slightly sore head ! Today, I’m still in holiday mood – hence having the luxury of time to write

Experimental Life Drawing Workshops etc

Thursday 12th December was my last day of teaching the animators and computer games students at the University for this academic year. I have got some marking plus the possibility of some further odd days but that suits me fine

Experimental Life Drawing Workshops etc

Thursday 12th December was my last day of teaching the animators and computer games students at the University for this academic year. I have got some marking plus the possibility of some further odd days but that suits me fine