Monday, 30 August 2010


I met Cheryl while we were both undergoing radiotherapy treatment in Poole two years ago. How far we have both come since then.

Cheryl was one of my first models in the Breast Cancer LIFE project, and this week she returned for a second session.

More pictures here.


Brian Sloan said...

Hi Harriet, Glad you had a great vacation. This drawing is stunning on my screen. What a show you must have coming, so much great work thanks to your hard work and willing models. The time compression adds urgency which seems to add a dynamic quality to the marks. Fabulous! and all the best.

Harriet Barber said...

Thanks Brian.
I really appreciate your thoughtful comments on my drawings.
There is certainly a sense of urgency in the work as I am aware that time is running out and the model needs to move.
I try to be confident with the lines and i think the later works show this