Category Archive: Architecture

Gothic Galore

Regular readers may have noticed that I’m gradually getting back into drawing architecture. I’d been deliberately avoiding it as I tried to loosen up my style, but a combination of speedy drawings and… Continue reading

Just another night in London

January blues can be hard to shake when you have to return to work, and then trudge home, under London’s dark winter skies. But now back at the school, I’d been looking forward… Continue reading

Tower Bridge

I’m ashamed that its taken me three months living in lovely Wapping before finding the time to take on Tower Bridge. It’s only a hop and skip away from my house,  but London… Continue reading

Merry Christmas from London

Seasons greetings to all, especially the new wave of subscribers that seem to have found me through Spitalfields Life! I seem to have an increasing number of people looking in on me from… Continue reading

Show now open!

Last night saw the opening of my first show at Town House, at No. 5 Fournier Street (map), in the heart of historic Spitalfields. Lovely to catch up with the Gentle Author of… Continue reading

Town Mouse at the Town House

A little preview of a special event coming up next week, my very first solo show, tucked away in a gorgeous Georgian house right next to Christ Church in Spitalfields. More details to… Continue reading

Magnificent flying machines

I carry a mini 10 x 15 cm (about 2/3 of what it looks like on-screen) sketchbook with me at all times. Of course it restricts how much detail can be put down… Continue reading

A truly London beverage

I love London, buildings, drawing, and a little alcoholic beverage now and then. So the opportunity to combine some of my favourite things? Amazing. Just wobbled back on my bike after a happy… Continue reading

At the Natural History Museum

The Drawing School has been taking us to the Natural History Museum as part of our ‘Challenging Interiors’ course. It doesn’t get much more challenging than this ‘cathedral of nature’, designed by the… Continue reading

Last night in London

What better way to remedy a day in front of a computer nursing a wisdom tooth than with a couple of hour’s drawing in London by night. Sitting on street corners in the… Continue reading