Author Archives: jml10

J’s sketches: 6: Doorway drop-in session, sheep, horses

More sketches from Doorway guest J, all drawn on postcards.

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J’s sketches: 5: Draycot Cerne

(Editor’s note – more sketches from Doorway Project guest jml10. See other sketches by him, and his superb poem for Doorway here). Sketches drawn with pencil on 170 gsm sketch pad paper.    

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‘Doorway’ – a poem for Homelessness Sunday

This poem was written by jml10 for, and recited by him at, the Homelessness Sunday Service at St Andrew’s Church, Chippenham, on Sunday January 30th 2011.                                                                                         Doorway                                                     When I didn’t know who I was anymore,                                                      Couldn’t … Continue reading

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J’s sketches: 4: Eric

Colouring pencils and ballpoint on 80 GSM paper. Eric is one of the volunteers at Doorway, and this was sketched by jml10 during a Monday drop-in session.

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Empty Room

(Lyrics by J) Stooping to pick up a battered Coin from the kerbside A subject of the Scarecrow King From the outside Where does he go when the job has ended? Does he listen to the news? Where does the … Continue reading

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J’s Sketches: 3: Trish and Beryl

(Editor’s note: Trish and Beryl are two of the Doorway volunteers, and this sketch was made by guest J at one of the drop-in sessions).

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J’s Sketches: 2: Liz and Chelsea

(Editor’s note: More art from our guest J using basic materials – in this case paper plates and ballpoint pen)

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