I finished another butterfly and flower drawing last night using the same materials as the last one. Only difference is that I have more than one flower instead of just a single flower and its of a different specie than the last. Hope you enjoy. Continue reading “FLEETING BEAUTY” – butterfly and flower carbon drawing
Posting an untitled butterfly and flower monochromatic carbon and charcoal drawing today. I’ll post the progress photos as well as the finished result. There really isn’t much to write about but I’ll give some simple background information to the process.
Continue reading Butterfly and flower drawing
Greetings, Dear Followers!
Starting tomorrow June 22, and running until July 31st, 2019, I am offering a 10% discount on all my artwork on display inside the Two Palominos. This includes both prints and originals. All are fully framed. There’s just one catch in order to qualify for the discount…. Continue reading Just A Little “FYI” – update
Just wanted to let any followers/readers of the blog who may live nearby, that I will be showing my more recent and newest drawings inside the Pratt Public Library located at 401 South Jackson Str, Pratt, Kansas.
The Pratt City Art Walk begins at 6 p.m and goes until 8 p.m. Most artist will be within 100 yard walking distance of each other and their booths will be located inside Paradise Restaurant, Pratt Public Library, and the Vernon Filley Art Museum. Hope to see you there!
Since I am currently practicing some figure sketch and am so very fond of Ilya Repin’s work, I decided to try my hand at another mastercopy from images found on Google’s image search for “Repin Academy of Arts drawings”. This was much more challenging… Continue reading Another Repin Academy sketch
Just finished this drawing last night. I rendered it as a personal tribute of sorts, for the Spanish Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art. I substituted the original white horse for one of my favorite colored horses, which you’ll soon see. Drawn mostly using a 6B Wolffs carbon pencil with a little bit of Nitram HB charcoal for the softer areas. Hope you enjoy. I’ve provided some close ups of the drawing so that you can see the details. Continue reading “The Spanish Dancer” – horse drawing
Posting a quick portrait drawing I did this afternoon. I’m posting the reference photo, the tools I used, and the final result. It’s pretty basic but I’m happy with the end result considering the speed at which it was drawn. I’d like to be able to draw a semi-realistic portrait in about two hours. This one was just a bit over that limit. Continue reading Rick “The Muse” – quick charcoal portraiture
Just in time for Mother’s Day, I am now offering the original floral drawings that are part of my “Botanical” series for available purchase. Prices are listed below, along with a photo of each piece and every drawing is fully framed and will come with a Certificate of Authenticity. There are discounts for first time buyers, and BIGGER discounts for repeat customers. Be sure to read all the way through because there are some extra-special offers that apply to everyone! Sale ends May 17th, 2019.
And just to let you know: no prints nor scans were made for future reproductions. These are original drawings and one of a kind. They would make great wedding gifts, graduation gifts, or even a great Mother’s Day gift! And remember: if you live within an hour-and-a-half drive, I’ll deliver your purchase for free! Thank you for your interest. Continue reading MOTHER’S DAY SPECIAL
Today was the final day for the 45th Annual Prairie Art Exhibit. Previously, I had listed the two awards earned from the juried exhibit. Today, I was given a third award: The Patron’s Award. For more information on this award, please continue reading. Continue reading PATRON’S AWARD winner – People’s choice award
Trying to choose the right frame can be the most difficult part of displaying your art for others. Choose the wrong frame, and the piece just looks bad. Choose the right frame and the piece looks good. But choose the perfect frame and your art will look wonderful! Continue reading “The Botanicals” – some framed and on display