For about 3 years, 2010-2012, I was doing an iPad drawing every day. This post, and those below, are a selection from that series. Sometimes I write, usually I just draw, whatever is in my mind, in front of me, or, as here, a memory of something I’ve seen that day. Every Spring I am thrilled by the play of blossom in otherwise bare hedgerows.
More recently, these daily drawings have become paintings, watercolour on paper. Again, the stuff of everyday, but usually based on what’s on the kitchen table. Restricted just a little by the materials needed to create. Whereas the iPad you can do anywhere, often in bed, last thing at night, a memory of the day before.