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  • PUTTING PENCIL TO PAPER - THE ART OF ANDREA GIRLING
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    Paul Vater
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PUTTING PENCIL TO PAPER - THE ART OF ANDREA GIRLING

PUTTING PENCIL TO PAPER - THE ART OF ANDREA GIRLING

Andrea Girling embraces the tradition of landscape in the Romantic period, re-working original 18th and 19th century engravings. An engraving of the Corra Lynn Waterfall on the River Clyde is her starting point. The falls were painted by JMW Turner circa 1840. By alternating between digital imaging and freehand drawing technique, Girling makes her process part of the final drawn image. Each drawing takes weeks to prepare, meticulously built up, including the faults incurred during its development to create something slowly and entirely new.

Operating somewhere within the boundaries of deliberation and accident, Girling completes the circle between the idealised nature of her source material and the finished image.

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    Paul Vater
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