Updated: May 21, 2019
Having previously experimented with stone lithography, i decided a great starting point would be to continue this process using my primary source imagery. this outcome was incredibly successful yet time consuming as i had to be in the studio space to complete the work at any given time. As you can see within the image below, using a range of tonal crayons and lithography pencils has allowed me to capture hidden details within the subject that can't nessasarily be seen within the original photograph image. The subject matter is a close up view of a window within the School Of Art building and what interested me most about this composition was not only its angle and frame but its successful display of light and dark contrasts.