An original Pencil drawing by Paul Stowe -
A new addition to my series of 'Bodyscape' drawings, and one of my favourites from the entire collection. The idea is to produce a number of drawings exploring the human form, I wanted to avoid 2 elements 1. Facial expression and 2. Naughty bits - Why? well the 1st point was because I wanted the pose to make the viewer think about the emotional state of the model rather than a facial feature - are they sad, distressed, lonely or happy? The 2nd point was not because I am against full on Nudity, I think when done correctly it is incredibly powerful and thought provoking - I just wanted to avoid the censors and enable my work to be seen by as many people as possible - I also wanted to allow my 1st point to be the main focus and not the size of someones X, Y or Z!! You will also notice that there is no shadow or background on any of the pieces - again this was to make the body the main focus. I have really enjoyed the series and I am sure I will add to it as time goes by - with so many amazing references out there it would be wrong not to :)
Drawn as always on smooth Bristol Board with Faber Castell 9000 series pencils and a Tomo Zero eraser - size for this drawing was c55cm X 37cm
The drawing is being sold framed as seen in the pictures. If you would prefer it unframed please let me know.
The Frames are provided by Brampton Framing in Derbyshire and come from their 'Urban' Range.
Width: 64mm, Depth: 41mm, Rebate Depth: 17.7mm, Profile: Scoop, Wood Type: Ayous
*Images showing the drawing in various room settings are for illustration purposes only.