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“OCTOBER SALE” on select AVAILABLE PRINTS sizes, ORIGINALS and PORTRAITS

Hello Everyone!

This is just a special announcement post to let all my readers and followers know that for the entire month of OCTOBER, I’ll be holding a SALE on select AVAILABLE PRINTS including Limited Edition Giclee Prints and Fine Art Prints of specific sizes.

I’m also applying the sale to many original pieces found in the ORIGINALS tab, and to any custom PORTRAITS you would like to have commissioned.

So be sure to check out the AVAILABLE PRINTS tab and look for the red OCTOBER SALE lettering showing the discounted prices for some of my artistic prints!  Hope you take advantage of the sale!  A nice way to get some early shopping done for the Christmas and holiday seasons. Also, by two or more prints and receive free shipping.

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L’INNOCENCE – charcoal tribute to William Adolphe Bouguereau

As some of my readers may know, William Adolphe Bouguereau ranks among one of my top ten favorite painters of all time. His works are both beautiful and breath-taking to behold. While there are many of his works that I would love to render in charcoal, time may not allow me to replicate each one, so I’ve become rather choosy.  Continue reading L’INNOCENCE – charcoal tribute to William Adolphe Bouguereau

YA GONNA EAT ALL THAT? – carbon, charcoal and graphite drawing.

Okay folks! I think I’m going to simply post the finished results first before I go into any of the detailed process of how I created today’s drawing. I’d like to thank J.B. for providing part of the subject matter and my sister Yvonne for helping out with the title. Continue reading YA GONNA EAT ALL THAT? – carbon, charcoal and graphite drawing.

A LITTLE COAXING – charcoal and carbon tribute to William Adolphe Bouguereau

There’s something about many of the 19th century and early 20th century painters that just captivates my imagination. Not having any formal education into the arts, much less a common perusal, I’m not capable of recognizing the style, naming the technique, nor even telling the difference in media. I simply see something that I like and leave it at that. And William Adolphe Bouguereau is simply one of my many favorites.  Continue reading A LITTLE COAXING – charcoal and carbon tribute to William Adolphe Bouguereau

CLINT EASTWOOD “Blondie” – Part III of “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” tribute.

Finally! Here it is! The final charcoal and carbon portraiture drawing commemorating the classic, Hollywood western known as The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. I end this series with Clint Eastwood, who played the fast drawing bounty hunter “Blondie”, wearing his signature poncho, battered hat, and burning stogie.  Continue reading CLINT EASTWOOD “Blondie” – Part III of “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” tribute.

OFF THE BACK PORCH – recent drawing commission (carbon and charcoal)

Good Day!

Today’s post is regarding a recent commission I was asked to draw, and it is another nature scene which focuses mostly on mood and setting versus detail and colorful beauty. The scene is what one would experience if stepping off the back porch of this particular residence, at the wee hours of the morning just before sunrise. Continue reading OFF THE BACK PORCH – recent drawing commission (carbon and charcoal)

ELI WALLACH “Tuco” – Part II “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” drawing

Okay folks. Here is my second portraiture for Part II in the series for my tribute to the Hollywood western movie classic The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.  Just going to show pictures first and the write-up will be placed below for those who are simply “lookee Lous” so they can skip the details. Continue reading ELI WALLACH “Tuco” – Part II “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” drawing

SERENITY – recent commissioned charcoal drawing

Today I’m posting a recent drawing commission of a favorite fishing spot that I was asked to render.  Not much of a story for me to tell other than a few bits and pieces about what I used to create the piece. I can say that the person who gets to fish there sure is lucky…..and it ain’t Kansas either. Continue reading SERENITY – recent commissioned charcoal drawing

LEE VAN CLEEF – “Angel Eyes”: Part I Tribute to “THE GOOD, THE BAD, and THE UGLY” (charcoal on carbon)

Okay. I want everyone who thinks that the GREATEST classic western movie ever made was, is, and always will be: “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”. Come on now. Raise your hands. You know it – I know it. So, come on now…don’t be shy. You know you want to. Yeah…..THERE you go. Much better.  Huh? Wait a second! Wait just a second!  Terry Lynn! Don’t make me come over there and kick your backside! You get that hand up! Ahhhhhhh….there….much better. Much better. Now…let’s continue, shall we?  Continue reading LEE VAN CLEEF – “Angel Eyes”: Part I Tribute to “THE GOOD, THE BAD, and THE UGLY” (charcoal on carbon)

TO THE UNKNOWN LAND – tribute to Edmund Leighton and Mothers everywhere

Edmund Leighton is a little known artist, yet his work can be seen most everywhere; from coffee houses, restaurants, shopping malls, book covers, art museums, as well as posters at Michael’s and other novelty and art stores. If I showed you one of his paintings you would most likely say:”Oh. Yeah. I’ve seen that before.”, yet rarely is his name associated with such works.  Continue reading TO THE UNKNOWN LAND – tribute to Edmund Leighton and Mothers everywhere