Thursday, 7 May 2009

Old Drawings #37

Ammonite Wall (Charcoal, coloured Conte, on A1 cartridge)

There are so many things needing my attention at the moment, that posting an Old Drawing seems the best way to keep blogging.

I found this wall in 1996 in Lyme Regis, a town famous for its fossils. I liked the vertical arrangement so much, I had to do a drawing.


Anonymous said...

Man, this *so* makes me want to go to Lyme Regis and poke around. The home of Mary Anning!

Bruce T.

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harrybell said...

Bruce -- It's a great place to poke about in.

Sarah -- Thanks. I'll look into it.