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Drawing by Sarah

Find out more about Sarah Goffman at her website: http://www.sarahgoffman.com/.

This drawing was completed as a part of the Deep red scarlet pen project. Click here to find out more about the project.

 

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Drawing by Lyn

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Lyn says:  “I have always been a doodler so chose to do it 5-10 minutes at a time and just let it grow. A bit about me – I’ve taught painting and drawing for 25 years in schools, training organisations, retirement centres and my own studio. I also dabbled in mosaics, textile and any craft that I became curious about. In 2006 I became really interested in ceramics and after going back to uni for 4 years, making and designing ceramics is all I do. My biz is ‘the studio handmade’.”

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This drawing was completed as a part of the Deep red scarlet pen project. Click here to find out more about the project.

 

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Drawing by Mel

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Mel Young says about this drawing: This might be water but it could be the blur of the land from a moving vehicle – which is where I made the drawing on the bus from Sydney to Canberra, letting the movement of the bus dictate the line. I always wanted to do a drawing like this.

Find out more about Mel at https://www.instagram.com/unnaturaljeweller/.

This drawing was completed as a part of the Deep red scarlet pen project. Click here to find out more about the project.

 

Drawing by Michelle

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Michelle Cox says about this drawing: I follow Edgar’s Mission and by doing this I have learnt more about battery hens. I thought the red pen could convey the sadness and death involved in these industry practices.

Find out more about Edgar’s Mission at – www.edgarsmission.org.au.

Find out more about Michelle at The EASL (Environment, Art, Science and Learning) blog – https://michellecox28.wordpress.com/.

This drawing was completed as a part of the Deep red scarlet pen project. Click here to find out more about the project.