Category: portrait drawings

Art and Sweetcorn

Short story by Marina Kim

In September 2009 my younger daughter Alina came to my studio for an hour or two. That visit led to an illustrated short story “Art and Sweetcorn”. Here it is: Sweetcorn is hot this season. On the way to the studio I made a detour to the Farmers’ Market, but going home in the evening […]

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Young Children Portrait Drawings

Last week I had portrait drawings commissioned. There is a nice continuity to it – a little more than a year ago I drew the older child, Isobel, who at the time was a tiny baby. And now I met her again (big change!) together with her little brother Sam. I hope I get to […]

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Portrait Drawing Session

Portrait sketches of baby Isobel. Example of a portrait commission resulting in a portfolio of quick drawings. [flagallery gid=9 name=”drawings”] This portrait commission requires a life sitting and takes between 1.5 to 2 hours. Although the term “sitting” is used here rather loosely. I had several portrait commissions where I had to draw children. Of […]

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Faces Everywhere…

Funny how things get connected these days through thin invisible digital threads… An artist came to the gallery today => I posted a link to his work => Someone “liked” my post => I went to see their blog => that reminded me of a drawing which happened long time ago… That drawing “happened”. One […]

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