Monthly Archives: April 2015

Keeping stuff is good #07

It’s another nude from that sketchbook I recently unearthed an open. She’s drawn from life but abstracted to emphasize her bulk and gravity. She’s a terrific model. She knows how to come up with interesting poses without going over the … Continue reading

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Keeping stuff is good #06

I don’t have much to say about this one. It is just a sketch, like all the other 50 plus drawings in a sketchbook that I unearthed. It’s a nude drawn from life in my usual figurative expressionist style. I … Continue reading

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Keeping stuff is good #05

Another page gets turned. So, why show everything in one sketchbook? I think that the whole idea of making art is to show or, more accurately, to share art. It is a way of having a conversation not only with … Continue reading

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Keeping Stuff Is Good #4

This is from a series of drawings that I recently unearthed when I opened a sketchbook that was sitting on a shelf. There were originally 60 drawings but some were sold. They are all 11 x 14 on 93 pound … Continue reading

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Keeping Stuff Is Good #3

This is another of a series of drawings that I recently unearthed when I opened a sketchbook that was sitting on a shelf. There were originally 60 drawings but some were sold. They are all 11 x 14 on 93 … Continue reading

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Keeping Stuff Is Good #2

This is number two of a series of drawings that I recently unearthed when I opened a sketchbook that was sitting on a shelf. There were originally 60 drawings but some were sold. They are all 11 x 14 on … Continue reading

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