As far as traditional art materials are concerned, charcoal must be one of the oldest. Easily made from willow or vine stems, it makes a hugely expressive (if messy!) drawing medium. I have recently enrolled on an e-course – my first experience of this type of online learning – run by the hugely talented Gillian Lee Smith. As I make a living producing pretty precise work, trying to...Read More
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