Thursday, 26 February 2015

Michelle Hennigar.

To save you having to Google it, Giotto di Bonodone is the thirteenth century painter and architect who famously drew a perfect circle by hand as prove of his talent.

Michelle Hennigar.

Ms. Hennigar is apparently unimpressed.

Try Square is, as always, open to submissions from everyone. For the ins and outs please consult our About page and give a look a this month's theme (Feb 2015).

Sunday, 22 February 2015

Sinead Hanrahan.

More minimal:

Sinead Hanrahan, ink.

This may be the shortest month but there's still plenty of time left in it to get your art on.

Try Square is, as always, open to submissions from everyone. For the ins and outs please consult our About page and give a look a this month's theme (Feb 2015).

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Shane Horan.

Mr. Horan took an interesting interpretation of this month's theme, "Minimal", by submitting three times the normal amount of work.



Shane Horan, pen on paper.

He writes: "Minimal, I'll do what I like".

Try Square is, as always, open to submissions from everyone. For the ins and outs please consult our About page and give a look a this month's theme (Feb 2015).

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

Robert P. Ryan.

Robert "Me" Ryan, photography.

I decided that my piece for this month would give minimal information. I've been working with images of covered faces for some time now and thought I'd further obfuscate things by bringing the lighting way down. And there it is!

That's my one, where's yours?

If you are unknown to Try Square why don't you step out in the light and reveal yourself? We'd love to get something from you, so give a look a this month's theme (Feb 2015).
More information can be found on our About page, but it's pretty simple: square art type stuff.

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

Anthony D. Kelly.

In keeping with this month's theme Mr. Kelly created and emailed this piece in the shortest amount of time ever before seen in Try Square history. A matter of hours.

Anthony D. Kelly, collage.


More of Anthony's work can be perused at your own pace on his art Facebook page.


Try Square is, as always, open to submissions from everyone. For the ins and outs please consult our About page and give a look a this month's theme (Feb 2015).