Monthly Archives: March 2015

Keeping your stuff.

Keeping your work in folios or books or on shelving never hurts. I opened a large sketchbook the other day. It had been filled a few years ago. Some of the work was finished, some not. Some I am proud … Continue reading

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What’s to like?

Recently, I showed 16 drawings to a friend. She said that she liked two of them. That got me to thinking about what “liking” a picture meant. My experience is that if you show a bunch of pictures to a … Continue reading

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