This post contains Ink and tea portraits at London art fair 2015. Work was showing at London Art Fair with Inkd Gallery. Sketches were drawn with fountain pen and then painted with many combinations of alcohol such as vodka, brandy and tea etc.

Carne Griffiths is originally from Liverpool and graduated from Kent Institute of Art and Design in 1995.  He worked as a gold wire embroidery designers for twelve years and finally he became the creative director. Carne has been used to produce complex design for film, fashion, military, theatre and advertising companies. His designs were used for the uniforms in the films Valkyrie, The Last King of Scotland. In ‘Red Death Coat’ was used in The Phantom of the Opera particularly. His extravagant flowery designs for Asprey were comprised in first ever catwalk collection and his work was featured on the embroidered cover of the 80th Royal Variety Performance program in 2008.

Fountain pen has been used to draw sketches and then vodka, brandy and tea was used to complete it. Ink and tea portraits were shown at London Art Fair 2015 with Inkd gallery. All portraits are well drawn that attract attention of viewers.

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