Sketching at the RHA

On Sunday I met the Sketchers at the Royal Hibernian Academy. It's a museum that I like a lot, a bit more modern than the National Gallery or the Hugh Lane Gallery (which is still my favorite). Here I did something that I usually don't do: sketching whilst standing up. The installation that I sketched... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

Walk the Walk

Weekends like these do not happen often. The weather in these two days, in Dublin, was simply magnificent, and on Sunday I spent it walking basically the whole day; I first explored practically all of Stillorgan (my new neighbourhood) and then I took the 75 to Dun Laoghaire, where after a walk - for a... Continue Reading →

Bloomsday 2018 is here!

This Sunday 10th June, at 4pm, I’ll be exhibiting my work for Bloomsday 2018 at the James Joyce Centre at 35 North Great George’s Street, Dublin 1. It is a project I developed with Dublin Sketchers, and will be part of an exhibition which includes other beautiful works by members of the group. So, if... Continue Reading →

Merry Xmas

An old Xmas card I made a few years ago to wish you all a very happy Xmas. Hope everything will be great in 2018. See you all soon!

Wherever I am, whenever I can

By now, drawing has not just become a simple habit, but literally part of my life. Every time I can, I take a pencil and draw something. Whatever I find, it doesn’t matter. During the days spent in the hospital for my mother's operation, I drew a bit of everything: the faces of the models... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑