I've finally decided to start naming my nude charcoal drawings as I feel they are no longer 'study' works or an examination of the human form for greater vision and comprehension of shape, line, shadow and light. I feel I place great focus on the emotive perspective in my drawings rather than just the accuracy of the form. I don't just seek to express what I see; but more, I seek to express what I feel and imagine.
My charcoal drawings are sealed with high quality fixatives and have been sold worldwide to art collectors and businesses. The thick 220gsm art paper work is not framed, though will suit a regular A2 frame. Photo examples show how it may look with a simple black frame.
Keywords: nudes, Australian Art, women, charcoal on paper, body, realistic, figurative, female, curves, Ashvin Harrison, photorealism, black and white, new art, art on paper, popular art