Feet, feet and more feet. Drawing this lower extremity is fun. Feet can be very expressive. We are used to hand gestures in paintings but feet can be story tellers
graphite and conte on toned paper
A study for a painting of 2 dancers - pencil and conte on toned paper.
Sometimes just playing with dark lines on white paper is the best. It almost feels like magic when you take a blank page and with a few clean lines you
graphite on paper
8 x 10
graphite on paper
I did this drawing back in 1993 when Jen was breastfeeding our daughter Kate. The drawing was intended as a study for a painting but I felt this drawing
on toned paper, study for oil painting finally called, "Another Full Moon Night"
study on toned paper, conte and pencil
drawing on toned paper with conte
ink on Arches watercolor hot pressed paper, 8 x 10 inches
There is something about playing with simple lines on white paper.
The mask maker sits, camouflaged among his wares. It is interesting to note that his own face is hidden, while he shows us many faces in different states of emotion.
This deceptively simple ink line drawing of bathers frolicking in the surf has a clarity of line reminiscent of figures on ancient Greek pottery. Arms akimbo, the figures celebrate the
The ink line drawing, "The Sculptor's Table" is a look at the interior of a sculptor's small studio. We see him in an introspective moment. The scene is ambiguous, as
This drawing is on exhibit at the Sharpe Gallery in Kennebunkport.
This ink line drawing of 2 women at an art show makes the two women, their attire, and their graceful poses
a study on toned paper with pencil and conte for the Dances with Two Cultures Mural in Brunswick, Maine.
A mermaid floats, weightless yet taut, amid the glory of her hair and her beloved ocean waters. "Mermaid" is rendered in graphite and conté pencil on toned paper.
In private collection.
a study for the 32 foot mural, Dance of Two Cultures in Brunswick Maine
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