Description: I quite like this simple painting that I made a few years ago and now offer as a print either on paper or canvas. FAA have afforded me this chance and I thank them for it.

I hope that the image appeals to YOU! 

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"I can't Draw!" "Yes, You Can!"

Drawings and Paintings expo.

17-18 November 2018.
14 – 19 h daily.

Free entrance. Please contact me +34 666 78 26 42.


Fun Event

"I can't Draw!"
"Yes, You Can!"

There will be a demonstration for complete amateur Sketchers each day from 14-15:30 h. by The President of the AIA, Roger Cummiskey.

Bring your own paper (A4 size), A Felt Tip pen (10 to 20) and a sharp Pencil (2B).

You will be participating in this event and bringing home your own Masterpieces!



Calcographic engraving course.

Two Images created.
Two new etching produced this week 15 and 16 November at the Museo Picasso Malaga.
1. El Hombre sin la pipa. After Picasso. 13 x 19 cm.
2. Mr Bloom after James Joyce. 20 x 27 cm.
A/P €15.00 each.

Around ‘The south of Picasso’ Calcographic engraving course On the occasion of the 15th Anniversary Course for adults 
15 and 16 Nov. 2018 Chalcography or intaglio printing or stamping is a printing technique in which the images are the result of the stamping, by means of a press or press, of a sheet or metal sheet in which incisions have been made to contain the ink that is will fix the paper. The technique originally designated only engravings made in copper, and by extension began to be used for engravings on all metals. The rooms of the temporary exhibition