Tag Archives: landscape art

Butterfly and flower drawing

Greetings!

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.

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MOTHER’S DAY SPECIAL

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

“The Botanicals” – some framed and on display

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

“After The Rain” – monochromatic botanical drawing

Greetings!

Well, just finished this piece moments ago and in perfect timing with the weather. Unfortunately, we don’t have the botanical blooms yet. Wolff’s 2B and 6B carbon pencils on Fabriano Artistico hotpress 300 gsm water-color paper. Just posting the drawing today. Hope you enjoy. Continue reading “After The Rain” – monochromatic botanical drawing

“Aboard The 298 To Cunningham” – pure carbon train drawing

Happy New Year, Everyone!

Well the holiday season is just about to end and so we begin 2019.  Funny thing: I started my so-called “art” career with a train drawing at the end of 2016 – I end 2018 with another train drawing. Hidden message?  Not much to really write about but a few pictures are posted for your entertainment pleasure. Hope you like it. Continue reading “Aboard The 298 To Cunningham” – pure carbon train drawing

“The Carnation” – charcoal drawing

Good evening

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 White Shrub Rose” – charcoal

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

“The Lily” – charcoal drawing

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

“The Keeper And The Rose” – charcoal and carbon 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