Explore the expressive qualities of charcoal to represent the evocative landscape. Through a series of drawing exercises develop your mark-making techniques. Work from direct observation and your own photographs.
Kate Boucher trained at Chelsea School of Art and gained Master of Fine Art from West Dean College. She was awarded a prestigious QEST scholarship, was the Edward James Foundation Scholar in 2015/16 and winner of the Valarie Power Prize for Visual Arts. Her dark and evocative charcoal drawings often have unnaturally tilted horizons, hints of a double exposure and foregrounds that appear to shift and slip. Her practice includes handmade felt and forged metal structures also created as a response to landscape.