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Chloe Regan

MA work

My work explores the sketch. It is a style of drawing which is incomplete and less than perfect. The openness of the sketch appeals to me. It avoids finality and is extreme in its experimentation and reactionary attitude. The sketch allows me to work instinctively and spontaneously in exploring that which excites me; real people and places.

My drawing takes the form of reportage by documenting in and around a subject. I sketch continuously from life and these drawings form my stories.

I aim to work individually and on collaborative commissions with Ink, an illustration collective formed with two other RCA graduates.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Communication

    Programme

    MA Visual Communication, 2007

  • My work explores the sketch. It is a style of drawing which is incomplete and less than perfect. The openness of the sketch appeals to me. It avoids finality and is extreme in its experimentation and reactionary attitude. The sketch allows me to work instinctively and spontaneously in exploring that which excites me; real people and places.

    My drawing takes the form of reportage by documenting in and around a subject. I sketch continuously from life and these drawings form my stories.

    I aim to work individually and on collaborative commissions with Ink, an illustration collective formed with two other RCA graduates.

  • Experience

  • Illustrator's Assistant, Daisy De Villeneuve, London, 2006-7
  • Exhibitions

  • Oberon Book Illustration Awards, RCA, 2006; Building a City, Hockney Gallery, RCA, 2006
  • Awards

  • Travel Bursary, CA&D Travel Bursary, 2006