Monthly Archives: June 2012

Tomorrow! Final 4 hot pastels for the show

Just finished these last four pastels for the show tomorrow. Look forward to seeing everyone who can stop by. (Cooler mountain air and ice cold beer or lemonade should be more comfortable than Atlanta tomorrow, Email me for details) This … Continue reading

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Two new pastels for next Saturday!

Just finished these two pastels for the show next Saturday at the Cumming/Preston house (mark your calendars!) Also a few sketches and roughs for coming events, Stay tuned! Below are the first sketches and the Sargent painting as light reference … Continue reading

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Hot off the easel! three new pastels

Just finished these three pastels for the June 30 show (stay tuned for details). Also pencil sketch studies and  a quick watercolor study of my son and his girlfriend. This azaelea outside our mountain kitchen window was spotlit in morning … Continue reading

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More LIVE FROM NEW YORK!

A SOUTHERN EYE VIEW of NEW YORK CITY New sketches from my journal. As with courtroom sketches, i find the mystery of the spectators and art students at least as interesting as the models or the drama of the witness … Continue reading

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Live from New York

Ola y’all. Here are a few very rough sketches “from the field” last night and today here in Manhattan. First, a few figure studies from a life drawing class (under the watchful eye of master New York caricaturist Steve Brodner). … Continue reading

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