|James Hobbs, Hampstead Heath, London|
Most of my sketchbooks, however, contain drawings gathered sporadically over time depending on where I find myself with a chance to draw. They are usually drawings of London, because that is where I live. But London is lots of places, not one. Subjects leap about from one page to the next. Drawings are in the book because there was the time and opportunity to draw each one, rather than because of a specific goal to consciously record every step of every day. That may be the way some people work, but not me.
|James Hobbs, the Embassy of Ecuador, London, home to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange|
|James Hobbs, the view east from Tate Modern's Switchhouse|
|James Hobbs, Downing Street, London: a march against Trump's travel ban|
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