Charcoal Artist, April Coppini
April's work has been both a study of physical form and an indeterminate effort to record something unseen about the form of animals, movement, life, and the space between things. The messiness, immediacy and forgiving quality of charcoal has been a saving grace for her, keeping art both harmonic and possible in the tumultuous throws of motherhood. The study of bees, in particular, has been spiritual activism for her to somehow draw more bees into existence.
All charcoal drawings are orignals.
Paper is 100% rag, Rives BFK printmaking paper,neutral ph, natural deckeld with torn edges made in France.
Sold only unframed.