Drawing a Day



Andy Black is an artist whose work involves constructing drawings of spaces using an alphabet of forms. He makes works on paper in the main but more recently has used these forms to create large scale wall drawings. Originally from North Wales, Andy studied at Cardiff School of Art and at the Royal College of Art. He currently teaches Fine Art and Art History at Scarborough School of Arts. He has had his work selected for the Jerwood Drawing Prize and recent exhibitions have included:

'Fields and Gardens' - BayArt Cardiff - solo show March/ April 2016

'To Draw to be Human Part III' - 20:21, Scunthorpe

‘The Scarborough Prison Drawing Project’ – February 2016.



Bristow & Lloyd is a collaborative arts project that playfully encourages people to come together to think, laugh, discuss, or share in some small way. Initiated in 2009 between community worker Lisa Bristow and visual artist and lecturer Christian Lloyd, they have used written and spoken word, typography and zines to explore how we govern our domestic spaces, amateur local history, and self-help guides, amongst other topics. 



Kristyna is an illustrator, comic book artist and designer who lives in Leeds. Kristyna’s illustration work has won a Northern Design Award and her comics have been nominated twice for British Comic Awards. More recently, her comic ‘Hand Me Down’ was nominated for Best Short at the 2016 Eisner Awards. 



Beth Dawson is a silversmith, designer/maker and illustrator based in Leeds. Beth also works as a part-time lecturer on the BA Graphics Arts and Design course at Leeds Beckett University and a tutor in visual communications at The Open College of Arts. 

She completed a BA in Graphic Arts in 2005 at Leeds Metropolitan and a masters in Sequential Design and Illustration in 2012 at the University of Brighton where she won an AHRC research preparation masters scholarship for her study.  



Andy studied Fine Art at the University of Leeds. He is a practicing designer, artist and academic. Andy left commercial graphic design to work independently; to try and deliver adventurous design across the arts, community and third sectors. He’s interested in creative work that communicates in the public realm, be it type, books, environmental design or public art. His practice attempts to converge the positive disciplines inherent in graphic design with the creative reach of artistic enquiry. 

Andy has extensive experience of cross-disciplinary collaborations with artists, architects, writers, public bodies and community organisations. 



Jill Gibbon is an artist and activist, interested in the subversive possibilities of drawing. She generally draws where she is not supposed to – in military bases, arms fairs, and corporate AGMs. Her work has been exhibited in the UK, US and is in the permanent collection of the Imperial War Museum. 



Ben is an animator, illustrator and interactive designer with over 15 years experience. He has worked as an animator on a number of broadcast animation productions including the BAFTA award-winning series Charlie And Lola. 



Graduating from Glasgow school of Art with degree in woven textiles . Worked as an artist educator 15 years delivering creative activities to children and young people with a variety of complex needs. Sarah is a cross discipline artist specialising in drawing and textiles and exhibited in and around Europe. One of the Artworks permanent tutors, teaching drawing, woven textiles, youth art classes and arts and health.