Carolyn Schlam | The Thrill of the Draw
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The Thrill of the Draw

Compression, ink on paper, 18" x 24"

I recently published an essay at morewomenartists.org about the thrill and immediacy of drawing.

“I have been drawing my whole life and these days my work is mostly concentrated on the human figure. I draw from the live model on a regular basis and then often translate these drawings into more complex paintings in the studio. Though the results of these studio paintings would probably be deemed by most to be more advanced, more complex certainly, and more “finished”, none has the immediacy or perhaps even the sensitivity of the quick drawings from life.”

To read more, click HERE