|One of my favourite little sketches by Rory McEwen - so much energy|
In the case of Rory though, I rather liked seeing which cases caused people to stop and stare more. In this exhibition, it was the music display case that got more handprints on than any other - the one with his guitar and records inside. The next most 'touched' was the one with his painting schedule written out on loose sheets of paper with the 'Is that you Rory?' postcards running along the top. I think a lot of people found this display to be very informative as it showed how fast he was at painting and how he worked on several paintings at once. Lastly, the Karl Blossfeldt show case in Dr. Sherwood's part of the show proved to be a popular gazing ground too.
|The showcase with Rory McEwen's paints inside, Kew Gardens|
|Rory McEwen's tools including a very fine scratching tool for sharp, defined highlights.|