Tag Archives: expressionism

Do the work: a new collage

In early June, I posted a collage of four drawings from a series that I started when, in the midst of setting up a new studio, I caught in mid-air two sticks of compressed charcoal that were falling off a … Continue reading

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Road Trip

A week or two ago, I had occasion to drive through parts of southwestern Ohio. Being from the east, I was taken by the flat open farm fields and enormous expanses of sky. I am used to seeing only small … Continue reading

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Following a path to somewhere

This is what happens when I start down a path. As an antidote to some highly detailed rendering and data analysis to a very practical end, I got up from the computer and did a gestural abstraction in the old … Continue reading

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Recent work: something quick

Sometimes, you just to draw something, anything. So, it is Sunday and it is freezing outside and I am waiting for a couple of visitors to show up. So, I made this. It is a subject and design that I … Continue reading

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Recent Work: Tech Triptych

These are three oil paintings making up a triptych. According to Wikipedia, “The triptych form arises from early Christian art, and was a popular standard format for altar paintings from the Middle Ages onwards. Its geographical range was from the … Continue reading

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Recent work: Making the big time

It is about time that I made it in the big time. If you’re e in the business, I bet you have had that feeling plenty more than once. What’s the secret? Paying a publicist? Giving big bucks to a … Continue reading

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Drawing in restaurants again

This was drawn in a very crowded room. I was attending a celebratory dinner and awards ceremony for my daughter-in-law and her colleagues. They had completed their resident’s training as emergency medicine physicians and their hospital and Case Western Medical … Continue reading

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