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Students drawing in Trafalgar Square

Angela Moore

Royal Drawing School

Royal Drawing School
London, United Kingdom

"Drawing in the street tends to demand a very different language to that of the life room: nothing here is fixed, the world is in flux. You have to take many leaps-in-the-dark, space is no longer measurable or finite. Big city alienation is often a problem faced by students, but the activity of drawing allows a fight back – a kind of participation, even. Standing one’s ground, pencil in hand, everything falls into place – and then, if we’re lucky, one epiphany follows another. Even the most modest act of drawing – plotting the counterpoint of figures and traffic as they move along the street – can deliver a wonderful sense of release and renewal. Timothy Hyman RA, tutor

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  • Title: Students drawing in Trafalgar Square
  • Creator: Angela Moore

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