Artist in Residence – Peter Baker ASGFA at Meeth Quarry

I wanted to reblog tis post from SGFA Journal that show cases the work of Peter Baker. I am so impressed by the pen and ink drawing. I have never seen anything quite like it using what I had thought to be a fairly limited media. It just shows what you can achieve with experimentation, hard works and skill. Beautiful work, very inspiring.

SGFA Journal

I n t r o d u c i n g   o u r   n e w   o c c a s i o n a l   s e r i e s   A r t i s t   i n   R e s i d e n c e

Meeth Quarry Works 1 Meeth Quarry Works 1 – pen, ink and wash 43 x 33 cm

Meeth Quarry Works 2 Meeth Quarry Works 2 – pen, ink and wash 33 x 43 cm

When Peter Baker moved to the village of Meeth in 2012 he found a muse at the bottom of his garden. 

The Tarka Trail — part of the Devon Coast-to-Coast Cycle Route — runs alongside Peter’s new house, and beyond the back garden fence lies the 150-hectare Meeth Quarry Nature Reserve. Two large lakes in the reserve were once massive stone and clay quarries. Its numerous ponds originally allowed china clay to ‘settle’ out…

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About Emma Perring

I am an artist working in mainly soft pastel at present.

3 comments

  1. Hi Emma, me again, I thought that you might be interested to learn that your comments in the SGFA Journal inspired me to write an article on drawing with ink pencils and using my life drawings to illustrate the range of this new medium and to make the link between landscape and the human form. I do not know if it is any good but I have sent it to Cynthia anyway, she might be able to use it in the future! If you are interested, you can find this A3 artwork on my website although it all looks a bit dated now. I have browsed through some of your studies and think that your drawing shows great promise, keep up the good work and always experiment as ‘safe’ art teaches the artist absolutely nothing! Best regards, Pete.

    • Hi Peter,
      The article sound great I shall await its publication. Thanks for the link to your web site. all very beautiful drawings in a unique style. I very much enjoyed browsing through them.
      Thanks for taking the time to look trough my humble attempts! Practise makes perfect so they say.. so back to the sketch book I go.
      All the best,
      Emma

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