I’m fascinated by Mrs May’s voluminous hair, it seems to have a life of its own. Painted here, in all it’s glory, from a recent Prime Minister’s Questions. It must take hours to sculpt this Thatcheresque helmet of hair every morning—how does the Prime Minister find the time? Perhaps Number 10 has an in-house hairdresser, and it’s all done while Theresa is munching her Cornflakes…
The lobster boats were hauled up on on the rocky shore long before the sea ice had chance to trap them. Their hulls now exposed albeit for a clatter of old palettes, shored up against the bitter wind.
Media: ink, acrylic, and photoshop.
I’ve started to make watercolour studies of Prime Minister’s Questions from the UK Parliament. Here, Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson comes under fire for his remarks about Brexit being a, ‘titanic success’. Considering that in 1912 the RMS Titanic sunk after hitting an iceberg on her maiden voyage, with the loss of 1500 souls at sea—this was a rather unfortunate choice of words.
Media: Pen, watercolour, and pastel.
I spent the evening thumbing through sketchbooks when I came across this. I’ve looked at this drawing before, but it was only tonight I made the connection between the feline logo of The Internet Defence League, and this gentleman’s chest hair—or is it just me?
Media: Bullet nib.