The Eternity after the Infinity before 65cm x 50cm. Indian ink & coloured inks on drawing card £500


God waking up with the mother of all hangovers, looking in the bathroom mirror and thinking "What the f... ?

Despite the title, this is more of a drawing exercise than a theological truism. Any resemblance to reality is unintentional, though I'll be quick to take credit for it.

Pure indulgence with my favourite pen nib, the Joseph Gillot's Lithographic 290. Yes, every single stroke of ink, from the thickest to the narrowest, was done with that very nib.  I know, cos I was that drawist. (Well, not a single nib, I must have broken about 3 during the process)