I have completed my “essential Servicemen” drawing. One of my first occupied urban space drawings fully rendered. Would love to do this type of drawing on a very large scale… […]
Sigh… It feels so good to get back into drawing. I have not been in a complete artistic coma for the past three weeks, four large abstract paintings were created, […]
Can’t sleep! So drawing it is!
I am not sure if this is a Drawing a Day (as in every day) or Drawing a day (a portrait of each day). The past week – traumatic to […]
By thinking of an achievable goal we create the energy necessary to obtain that goal. Set yourself up for greatness, do what you love and work at your goal. The […]
It is said that without darkness there would be no light. Shadows merge, brightest lights appear beside darkest darks – contrast. Perhaps it is these contrasts in our lives that […]
Life throws us curve balls. It’s the ones that we don’t see that really do the most damage. The universe gave me hope after I got hit with the worst […]
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I didn’t get to switch the radio off in time this morning. She heard, and understood (it seems). This was her response.
I love the variety of simple bead shapes in this necklace. It seems to have a life of its own. The motion of laying it down after taking it off […]
Today’s drawing is one from my class. I was showing my students the power of simplicity. Using the brown paper as a middle tone I added shadow with charcoal and […]