Thursday, May 27, 2004

Spaza Gallery, Troyeville

Thursday, May 27, 2004

Service: * *
Food: * * * 1/2
Ambience: * * * *
Babe Count: * * * * *

A supremely unflattering picture of Bianca. For some reason, I'm having an off night tonight. The drawings are each looking worse than the next. But Bianca gets to walk off with a portfolio full of pics. Lionel Murcott's ones are awesome.Bianca is posing for my portrait circle. We've just taken our first break, and Bianca and I have snuck off into the small exhibition room, the one where my 78 pictures are hanging. Out of sight momentarily, we cop a quick kiss, and a smouldering hug.

"Naughty!" she whispers as my hands cup her firm bum.

And then it's off to eat wholesome soup.

The way the portrait group works is this. We take turns every week to bring a model. The first sitting session comprises five three-minute poses, during which all of the artists do quick loosening-up drawings. At the end of the first sitting, the model gets to choose one of the quick sketches from each of the artists. Then we break for soup, which Drew Lindsay, the gallery owner, supplies. Followed by two long posing sessions of thirty-five minutes each.

Posing is fully clothed, unless the model insists on taking his or her clothes off. Yeah. Wishful thinking!

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