blast

untitled

tai-chi

oil pastel and pencil on paper, a4, 2015

oil pastel and pencil on paper, a4, 2015

these drawing have come about under the tai-chi tutelage of Mike Tabrett: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/mike.tabrett during his tai-chi classes. Mike has been very generous with his time, and his learning. I have learnt a great deal.

egg

pencil and gesso on paper, a5, 2014

pencil and gesso on paper, a5, 2014

open studio cambridge

untit

Oil pastel on paper, 210 x 297 mm, 2015

Open Studios: coming up in July – first weekend and last two weekends, contact benjamin_varney@yahoo.co.uk

http://www.camopenstudios.co.uk/open-studios/765

poster

acrylic on digital print, a5, 2015

acrylic on digital print, a5, 2015

graphite & oil pastel on paper, a4, 2015

graphite & oil pastel on paper, a4, 2015

more potatoes

Oil pastel on paper, 210 x 297 mm, 2015

Oil pastel on paper, 210 x 297 mm, 2015

graphite on paper, a4, 2015

graphite on paper, a4, 2015

pastel and home made paint on digital print, a4, 2015

pastel and home made paint on digital print, a4, 2015

nebulae / look up and down

When you walk through the woods keeping your eyes fixed on the ground, you will doubtless discover many wonderful, miraculous things. But when you suddenly look upwards into the sky, you are overcome by the revelation of another, equally miraculous world. Over the past century the significance of suns, moons, constellations, nebulae, galaxies, and all outer space beyond the terrestrial zone has increasingly entered human consciousness, as it has taken root in my own work and will probably remain there.

Max Ernst.

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