This is the last floral drawing in my series of monochromatic botanical drawings. I’ve made a little slide show at the bottom of this post, right beneath the last image of “The Carnation”. The slide show will present to you a series of six floral drawings that I have rendered. Hope you enjoy. Continue reading “The Carnation” – charcoal drawing
The fourth in a series of botanical drawings. I have ONE more to go. Can you guess what it will be? Well, until the next drawing, I hope you enjoy this little gem – “The White Shrub Rose”. Continue reading “The White Shrub Rose” – charcoal
Finished this piece earlier today. I know I mentioned once before (perhaps on facebook) that I wasn’t going to do any more floral drawings for the rest of the year. Well, due to some brainstorming and some feedback from a few places around the globe, I’ve decided to extend the floral drawings a bit, and so I present this little piece to you for viewing. Continue reading “The Lily” – charcoal drawing
Well, I’m going to keep this one short and simply post the finished drawing and forego the ‘materials” and “techniques”. Just to avoid any future questions: No, I did not use friskett. There. Got that out of the way. Hope you enjoy! Continue reading “The Keeper And The Rose” – charcoal and carbon drawing
Good day, Everyone!
Just wanted to announce another solo exhibit coming up soon. This one will be with Liz Shepherd of Pretty Prairie, Kansas at her wonderful gallery and store, PRAIRIE WORKS ART and Gallery. My show will begin November 1st and run through most of December. I’ll have some new pieces there, and will also have a few of my more popular prints there as well. Location of PRAIRIE WORKS ART is: 115 West Main Street, Pretty Prairie, KS. You can contact Liz via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or see her Facebook page: Prairie Works Art
Hope to see some of you there!
Greetings! I have another solo art exhibit coming up October 26th, 2018 at “GALLERY ALLEY” located at 616 E. Douglas Ave, Wichita, Kansas. This will be a ONE DAY event and I will have mostly ALL ORIGINALS on display: horses, Hollywood character portraits, mastercopies of Frank Frezetta, Bougeureau, and my own works. It’s an outdoor venue, so this is going to depend upon the weather conditions that evening. Show will run from 6 – 9 p.m. if the weather proves cooperative. Live music will also be available and lots of places to eat will be very close, or right across the street! And don’t forget! I still have my “Essence of Charcoal” going on at “L’image” over at 615 West Douglas until October 12th.
A “still life” in charcoal and carbon. Hope you enjoy. Continue reading “A Desert Sunrise”
A great big “Thank You” to DGG who has been kind enough to send me photos of her flowering garden plants. She has a nuclear green thumb so if anyone reading this is having problems with their garden, just send me an email and I’ll put you in contact 🙂 Continue reading “Amongst The Lilies Fair” – still life drawing
I’m going to write quite a bit about this drawing because there are lots of things that I want to discuss regarding how this piece came together and many of the things I had to consider. But since I know there are really impatient people, I’ll suggest you scroll down to the bottom of the blog to see the “finished” result. Continue reading From Out of The Mist