donderdag 9 juli 2009

Alison Yip




Alison Yip makes small, spontaneous drawings in graphite pencil, coloured chalk, and pencil crayon. Her subjects are as varied as her choice of media, culled from frequent trips to the U.S.A. and Europe. The best are quick studies of urban strangers and architectural details: A woman gazes off into space in New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, lost in a moment of private reverie. A dog walker marshals their charges in London's Hyde Park.
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