‘Key to Beauty’ – Original Drawing


Sometimes we discover beauty in the most unexpected places or situations, and sometimes we realise the beauty of something or someone that was right there in front of us all along.

‘Key to Beauty’ is part of the ‘Keys to Life (From the Mind of an Artist in Lockdown)’ series.

Picture Size – 6″ x 4″ Approx

Mount Size – Suitable for a 8″ x 6″ frame, ready to pop straight in your frame.

This Key drawing is available as the original piece only

The drawing comes mounted in a bright white colour mount as standard, but can be framed for an extra cost (contact me for details). The drawing is backed with acid free paper, and is hand signed and titled on the reverse.

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This ‘Key to Beauty’ drawing is part of my ‘Keys to Life (From the Mind of an Artist in Lockdown)’ series.

I have always been fascinated by keys and have previously drawn them in other pieces. The possibilities they can unlock, their mystery that they hold and the aura surrounding them has always had a calling for me. A few days before this lockdown period began I had an overwhelming urge to draw them once again, at first I wasn’t sure why, but I knew it was what I was meant to be drawing. After the first few keys were drawn I soon realised the series of drawings I wanted to create.

This series I wanted to serve as a beautiful reminder of one of the most significant times the world has seen. During difficult times it is easy to focus on the negative, but many positives have also been there to be had. We have all gone through different emotions and discovered different things during this lockdown period. It is amazing to have seen people make the best of what they already have and discover new interests and hobbies, or rediscover the ones they thought they didn’t have the time for before. Throughout the 21 keys in this series each one represents a different aspect that we might have gone through, discovered or become especially significant to us. An element of life which came to light was very important to you during this period. I hope that you enjoy the keys as much as I have enjoyed drawing them. Whichever Key it is that means the most to you I hope it brings you great joy and serves as a reminder to all you achieved during a time that challenged us all.