Gerry Plumb

Artist

An exhibition of Life Drawings.

I have been drawing and painting for as long as I can remember and first began life drawing as a teenage student at Shrewsbury School of Art. I started my career as a press artist at the Express and Star where I discovered I had a talent for cartooning which has been with me ever since.

After 5 years with the Shropshire Star I moved to London to work in the advertising industry where I was fortunate enough to work with some of the country's top illustrators.
As a commercial illustrator I produced drawings of different styles and subjects on a daily basis, from drawings of beautiful people for cosmetics ads to cartoon characters for tea commercials in styles from Manet to Beryl Cook. All this was great fun but stressful and probably explains why my painted works are so varied and experimental I find drawing from life brings a form of discipline to the chaos.


Any form of drawing is merely the process of making marks on a surface the challenge comes from making the right marks in the right places, this can take time but as always practice is the key.

Some of the works in this exhibition were produced at the famous Penzance School of Art, others are from the English Bridge Studios and the Hive in Shrewsbury a facility that in normal times is open to everybody.

Origional Art. Life drawing in pastel
Origional Art. Life drawing in soft pencil.
Origional Art. Life drawing in pencil.
Origional Art. Life drawing in mixed media.
Origional Art. Life drawing in pencil
Origional Art. Life drawing, mixed media.
Origional Art. Life drawing in pencil
Origional Art. Life drawing in pastel
Origional Art. Life drawing, mixed media.
Origional Art. Life drawing in pastel
Origional Art. Life drawing in pencil
Origional Art. Life drawing in pastel.
Origional Art. Life drawing in pencil
Origional Art. Life drawing in mixed media.
Origional Art. Life drawing in pencil
Origional Art. Life drawing in pastel
Origional Art. Life painting in acrylic.

All the artwork in this exhibition is on display at Ragleth Gallery - see photographs below.

If you are interested in any of the pictures, we can arrange an individual viewing by appointment, with appropriate social distancing and hygiene standards.

For any enquires please contact Michael and Sue at:

raglethgallery@gmail.com

17. Female figure. Acrylic on board. Framed 722mm H x 528mm W. Image 553mm H x 350mm W.  £450