Art College Drawings
1965 - 1971
This page displays a small selection of drawings of which photographic records exist. Drawing from life has always played an important part of Fine Art training, and commonly life studies were made by drawing in charcoal or with another broad medium on large sheets of paper. These were produced by AMA whilst on the 'Pre-Diploma course' at Loughborough College of Art, the Fine Art course at Leicester Polytechnic and as part of a Post-Graduate teaching course Bristol University between 1965 and 1971.
Five life drawings and a framed charcoal conté crayon study of Olive trees in
'Le Pian', Menton, 1967.
The accompanying image (below) is an imaginative interpretation of the naked human female body, painted in 1968.