Because no one was as fine a draughtswoman
as Carrington, Amor suggested that she could, at the very least, gather a group of choice works on paper.
The model for the woman was perhaps Suzanne Valadon (who posed for both Degas and Lautrec), unmarried mother of Maurice Utrillo and herself a draughtswoman
of some merit.
A former tracer draughtswoman
, she has technical construction expertise to support her selling skills.
Alongside gallery regulars, such as Valerie Ganz, William Selwyn and Gwyn Roberts, the are some exciting newcomers, including Bath-based painter Dominic Hills and Niki Pilkington, a Welsh draughtswoman
whose clients include Sir Paul McCartney.
"It showcases a different way of living and proves that we don't need as much money to live as we think we do, especially if we grow our own food." Judith, 50, is a former technical draughtswoman
who retrained in organic and permaculture production.
with the MEB until she retired, Beryl worked for the local fire service as a fire warden during the last war.
Another huge influence was about to enter the handsome young Puglian's life - Anne, who was training to be a draughtswoman
. Cristina De Giorgi takes up the story.
(20) 'Developing leftist political sympathies' and an enduring love of design and literature--including crime fiction--led design artist, draughtswoman
, interior decorator, bibliophile and feminist, Bessie Mitchell (later Guthrie) (1905-77) to establish Viking Press in mid-1939.
She quickly progressed to the position of senior draughtswoman
, a job she enjoyed and excelled at.
Sutton was a graduate of the four-year Interior Decoration and Design program of Art (Emily Carr College of Art and Design) and worked as a draughtswoman
with the B.C.
She'd train every day by cycling to and from her work as a draughtswoman
, but the real dedication came in getting to and from the races.
Previously, Gail left school and trained as a draughtswoman
and worked for a variety of engineering and construction companies.