Splitting Borders Archive No.'s 26 to 50

I think in these next twenty-five posts certain recurring themes, ideas and gentle storylines have emerged. The daily practice of drawing has steadied Gary's hand and the natural line of his pencil and pen are evident.
Experimentation is still a key part of the process; we included the first continuous storyline into these posts. A regency romance was the theme of the story. It paired our affection for a certain kind of literature with a love story close to our hearts. We found new ways to explore quiet moments and observe the wonder in our everyday lives.

Sadhbh Lawlor 09/09/2013




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