Mark making and working loose

Yep, more in the “working loose and having fun” series. It feels so good to be back to mark making – something we explored extensively in the first year of my art course, must be five years back now. I studied with the Learning Connexion here in New Zealand, extramurally, for four years. In the end I completed an Advanced Diploma of Art & Creativity (Honours). It felt like such an achievement, and really pushed me to learn new things. Anyway…

Having moved away from mark making to all kinds of other processes, I have come full circle. And yet I am not back where I started from. I am back to the same technique, but with a very different end result, and am loving it. I regularly check Katherine Tyrrell’s blog Making a Mark here; she writes in depth about mark making and has great links to blogs of interest.

So expect to see a bit more of this style for now, especially as Katherine Tyrrell’s recent post on working in series really got me thinking about working more consistently on one theme. Mark making – like coming home after a long day at work, it just feels good.

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4 thoughts on “Mark making and working loose

  1. Very strange indeed!
    my Tutor at Uni suggests I do seascapes which is my first love and fits in with my Dissertation. I spent time trying to broaden out and have done so but seascapes always call me bac somehow
    Hope you get some sleep with the Full Moon comming up!

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  2. Hi Cath,,,
    wonderful example of beautiful mark making with
    your signature colors.
    Also enjoyed the video on collage portrait making,
    thanks!

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