'Art of the Immediate'
These drawings represent the most realistic approach to capturing a moving 'object'. Whether a child running, a cyclist, farm animals or trees in a wind, the space in time between observing and getting that onto paper, ensures that time is inevitably the winner.
William Hudson is not looking for a snapshot, the frozen aspect of a camera, but more the 4th dimension; allowing the viewer to fill in the spaces left.
Not all are of pencil, there are also numerous watercolour studies of the sky, painted quickly , several on each day.
(Movement-Action-Time name, created by us in September 2011)