Diana Armfield works in many mediums including that of pastel, watercolour, printmaking and drawing. The drawings that she creates are left very rough, but still distinguishable, with many lines and layers, creating her image. In the two drawings that the Curwen Gallery display, Diana has draw the subjects of a flock of sheep, both in a field and from the view of a window. Both of these are drawn in a similar, rough style. Although the style could determine the piece to be to difficult to view, Diana has ensured that her pencil marks do not confuse the viewer, but instead, ensures that a somewhat manic marking process, is made into a coherent drawing piece.