Now you may be asking what long-form drawing is. It’s a term I sort of borrowed from the world of journalism, wherein long-form writing refers to any article from 1,000 to 20,000 words. I think of some of my drawings as long-form drawings.Read More
I sometimes struggle with the need for completion in my drawings. It used to be that I would not feel like a drawing was complete unless I covered every millimeter of my drawing surface with graphite.Read More
I like drawing portraits, but I also like drawing hands and ears. There is a particular uniqueness to each that I find fascinating. Older people, of which I am rapidly becoming a member, have much more interesting features than children.Read More
I don't always participate in the Illustration Friday challenges, but I do have this very amusing drawing I did that is perfect for this week's challenge; illustrating the word "three." This drawing was done in graphite and colored pencil on an old, enameled metal table top, and is an update of Peter Paul Rubens' painting, The Three Graces.Read More
I have some used book shops I visit occasionally to hunt for really special things. A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to visit them, and came across a very interesting old book.
A really old book.Read More