Key, Geoffrey

Published in 2002 this book shows examples of drawings and sketches covering a period of forty years which illustrates the journey and progression of Geoffrey Key's work. Works are grouped by decade and each section has comments from collectors and critics, as well as Geoffrey himself, with rare examples of his poetry.

How do you put a three-dimensional mass onto a three dimensional piece of paper?
Geoffrey's answer is to put a line round it.

Trained as a sculptor, Geoffrey states that drawing is the fundamental element of art in all its dimensions. This book highlights Geoffrey's approach to building up structure and colour was through tonal harmony.

Twentieth-Century Drawings