Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Frances Keevil
Sally Hook

I draw my work first, in most cases. It is a process of doodling with a free hand and allowing anything to arrive from my mind. When I review the drawings, I make the ones that stand out for me. In this way, new works flow without a set of restrictions to filter them. I have always worked this way, with a subject at the top of my mind as a starting point. In most cases, human character seems uppermost, the drawings emerging one by one, person by person. Where these ideas come from is a mystery to me, but I am delighted by the process of discovery and can only watch while the work unfolds.