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 →
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 →
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 →
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!
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 →