Chester city gate, ink and crayon on A2


This is the East Gate Clock and straddles East Gate Street. The clock was was designed to commemorate Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee in 1899. It's a great landmark and your illustration is lively, atmospheric and typical of the pedestrians who stroll at ease and in safety. With your skills I would be inclined to do a second but featuring the bridge and buildings seen through the arch.

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Chester city gate, ink and crayon on A2

About the Artist
Justin Twigg

I studied art at school and then went to Leek Art School, where I met some fabulous people who taught me a lot, and the staff were pretty good too. I then took a degree in art at Manchester until 1987. Then I stopped altogether and switched direction to music, and then teaching design, both of which…

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