Leo Fitzmaurice

Dishcloth Drawing

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Year 2023
Medium Marker pen and biro on watercolour paper
Dimensions 18 x 17 x 1 cm

About the work

This piece is part of an ongoing series of drawings exploring the designs of everyday cloths. The works based on an observation that the simple designs found on these often overlooked objects can be reconsidered as three-dimensional drawings.

Career Highlights

Recent exhibition: Leo Fitzmaurice: Misconstructary, The Sunday Painter, London.

Collections: Arts Council, Government Art Collection; Modern Forms (London), Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, Harwood House, Leeds and numerous private collections.
Prizewinner: Northern Art Prize
Leo Fitzmaurice is represented by The Sunday Painter Gallery

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