Art of the Socially Distant

I hope everyone is doing okay. Today I'm posting a couple of things I did over the weekend. I hope you enjoy them.   I found a little scribble in an old sketchbook and decided to turn it into a drawing. The watercolour gives the piece the feel of a children's book illustration. One of... Continue Reading →

Audubon’s Hare

I came across this image while poking around on the Morgan Library and Museum website. It's a beautiful sketch by Audubon. In the notes I discovered that Audubon had written a few lines in graphite on the back of the paper. I don't know the circumstances that would have enabled Audubon to work at such... Continue Reading →

Drawings from my Sketchbook

I pulled some vignettes from my current sketchbook to show you. These characters will probably find their way into my next piece. I always take great pleasure in the first appearance of characters. Their ghostly lines will become more refined and they will be given weight, light and shade, but there is an expressive quality... Continue Reading →

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