Original artwork description:

Originally drawn from life, this is Ursula, easing stiff legs after a lengthy pose.

She's drawn in ink on translucent fine silk, mounted between two sheets of glass, and stands on her base at about 30cms tall. Placed in a window or gently backlit, she captures the attention of all who see her from front or back.

The glass is supplied with a wooden base.

Materials used:

Silk, glass, wood, acrylic ink, ink

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#woman #nude #drawing #light #ink #life #glass #life drawing #silk #ursula 
Blue-sky woman - glass-mounted translucent silk drawing - ready to show - window sculpture (2018)
Mixed-media sculpture
by Tony Roberts

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Originally drawn from life, this is Ursula, easing stiff legs after a lengthy pose.

She's drawn in ink on translucent fine silk, mounted between two sheets of glass, and stands on her base at about 30cms tall. Placed in a window or gently backlit, she captures the attention of all who see her from front or back.

The glass is supplied with a wooden base.

Materials used:

Silk, glass, wood, acrylic ink, ink

Tags:
#woman #nude #drawing #light #ink #life #glass #life drawing #silk #ursula 
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I'm delighted and happy to say that I'm about to reach three-quarters of a century. Sixty years of creating artworks - mostly glass, but a lot of 2D works too,... Read more

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