Monday, 6 February 2017

Working on a drawing about George Fox, the 17th century founder of the Quaker movement who was imprisoned in the gatehouse of Launceston Castle, Cornwall for in deplorable conditions.

 Quite difficult to draw his hands in the position of prayer but pleased with the composition.

Gathering together a few characters to represent a manifestation of evil, affliction, temptation and confusion.

Have chosen to include these two figures in the top right of the drawing to represent affliction
Trying to use swirling shapes to join the elements together in a more cohesive whole

An elderly man stands over George Fox with a friendly hand of compassion on his shoulder.