Chinese Whispers ... a summer perspective

Summer's ending, schools have started and the studio is where I am heading with a wee skip in my step. (We've been apart for too many moons!!)
Over the last three months, work has had a strange staccato rhythm with interruptions sometimes hitting very loud fortissimos.
The emphasis now is on creating a beautiful flowing melody with strong Vivaldi tones and Beethoven hues.

"Chinese Whispers" is the result of this interesting mix of working rhythms and scribbling hours.

I love this drawing simply because it's all about perspective, emotion and lazy manic summer days.






Chinese Whispers - DETAIL
Pencil on Paper 
30x59 cm
Sheona Hamilton-Grant. All rights reserved.







Chinese Whispers
Pencil on Paper 
30x59 cm
Sheona Hamilton-Grant. All rights reserved.


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