Old Man in the Eaves

February 4, 2016 § Leave a comment

Old Man in the Eaves II

A drawing from awhile ago of a sculpture on the face of Pillsbury Hall on the University of MN campus.  This is from another vantage point and is in colored pencil with Conte’ crayon on Canson paper (the rough side).

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Flowers Taking my Mind off Writing

October 3, 2013 § Leave a comment

Conservatory FloralFloral with Carved BenchFloral with Carved Urn

I’ve been working on writing about color drawing lately and I have to say I’m really up in my head.  For all you writers out there, I hope you know what I mean.  Writing is as intense as drawing and both, when working under a time constraint, cause my brain to hurt.  Very cerebral!!  So I thought I’d post a few floral images to take my mind off things.  These were an examination of organic forms as they related to sculptural images such as urns and a garden bench,

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