Keith Salmon and Glen Rosa drawing

keiths HAC drawing

keith talking about drawing

Keith gave an inspiring account of the experience of drawing in public. This drawing was completed over eighteen days in the Harbour Arts Centre gallery. It is a memory of a walk in Glen Rosa on the Isle of Arran. He talks of the chance encounters with the public during the process, the variety of responses and the unpredictability of shared stories and experiences. The finished work is to be donated to North Ayrshire which means a civic handover and another chance of wine and good company!

 

 

~ by David Reid on January 8, 2015.

7 Responses to “Keith Salmon and Glen Rosa drawing”

  1. What a lovely and inspiring work. Are we starting art next friday? Steve

  2. Best wishes David for a wonderful 2015!

  3. I once did an installation exhibition that was open throughout the work process, too. It was a great growth experience for me, and gave me a good confidence boost as well—contrary to what I’d expected beforehand.

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