Ann Robertson – Artist and Illustrator

Imprint of Hill and Habitat

Mar 7, 2017 | colour, Drawing, Inspiration | 0 comments

Imprint of Hill and Habitat

Today – Machinery

The Quarry was a working area until the 1950’s and there are examples of the kind of machinery used. This has recently been painted and makes a dramatic display. I am very taken by the lovely shapes in some of these and the overlapping areas and negative spaces that leaves. There are all sorts of shapes but I particulalry like the circles and wheels.

 

Hill and Habitat, Machinery felt tip and pen

Hill and Habitat, Machinery felt tip and pen

 

Hill and Habitat Machinery Tegg's Nose

Hill and Habitat Machinery Tegg’s Nose

I took one of the photos I had and stripped it down and played around with repeats. I rather like these, not sure what for….

 

Hill and Habitat Pattern from machinery

Hill and Habitat Pattern from machinery

 

Hill and Habitat Pattern from machinery

Hill and Habitat Pattern from machinery

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