drawing in

Louise Phillips

drawing, ink and crayon on ruled paper

how drawing practice began

I was alone in a quiet studio. On the table were pencils, paper, and the Drawing/Writing course book. 

I had studied art. This course was very different: I drew on the spot and in the moment. Drawing was about exploration and discovery. Writing was enriching. Drawing became brave seeing and making honest marks. Really, everyone can draw and make discoveries. Drawing practice my way of sharing the joys of drawing with others.


To Susan Rich Sheridan who wrote Drawing/Writing and my lineage of all who are on the path of seeing and drawing, my gratitude. May there be joy in drawing, writing, and discovery.

Louise Phillips, BFA, TESOL Dipl.

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I invite and encourage all to draw.
It is a unique and often surprising journey.
May you be amazed!

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