Glass spheres, all colours, wrapped within our dirty-nailed fingers, 50p a bag if mum is feeling generous. The chill on hand is biting frost, Arctic, smooth as an infant’s tongue suckling on its mother’s milky breast. We crouch, striking, poised, lured by potential in the weathered, grey, metal drainscapes, bumpy and foot-scuffed. With dirt on our curled fists, we send the marbles hurtling into holes, sliding into victory, these treasured balls taking hits from bravado and not wanting the shame of being the loser, nursing the loose cannon. © 2021 Sarah Drury
I have been writing a lot lately, due to my masters degree, but as it is now the Christmas holidays, I have a little more time to relax, so my paints came out!
Here are some A4 pen and watercolour paintings. I can make prints of these, A4, for £15 each plus p&p. See my shop www.sarahdruryart.com for prints and original art.
All of these are available as high quality A4 prints, if you contact me.
I am pleased to announce that my new poetry book, Glimpses, is available to buy on Amazon, as from today,
Glimpses is much different from my previous work. It is more sensitive and personal, and comes from the depths of my heart and soul.
It covers things like motherhood and autism, love, relationships and life in general.
You can purchase it here:
Your support would be gratefully appreciated.
I bought some new watercolours last night, White Night brand, think they are Russian, and am well impressed with them. They were reasonably priced, and are professional quality whole pan paints, with rich colours and highly pigmented.
Anyhow, I was inspired to paint this portrait of my son, aged 2 1/2. pencil and watercolour on A4 Aquafine paper.