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On the run

I spend a lot of time in waiting rooms or in meetings and that as well as production and administrative chores seriously cuts down on the time I have for drawing for my own account. The trouble is that if … Continue reading

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Three little drawings

These are ink over sepia and venetian red watercolor.  They are on hand-made paper.  I meant them to be a set and when I put them up for sale, I will set pricing in an effort to keep them together.  … Continue reading

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The Beady Gimlet – Sign of Horror

The bird with the Beady Gimlet is a sign of evil and to be feared.  This is the old legend and is one that seems to have some truth to it.  Images of the much feared Beady Gimlet or Eye … Continue reading

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Recent Work: A Cat Re-Found

I found this one in a stack of papers. I must have done it in late spring of 2011 while I attending a meeting.  The impetus was not just the boredom of the meeting but also the arrival of my … Continue reading

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The Higgs Boson in living color

The discovery of the Higg’s Boson is, I am told, a very big deal in the scientific understanding of our existence, matter and the Universe as we know it.  But, the news articles about it said that its discoverers really … Continue reading

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A Golem

The Golem Legend comes down from what can only be called the mists of time; a golem is mentioned in the Old Testament and was very much a part of medieval Jewish mysticism.  It is a formless creature made of … Continue reading

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Durer’s Rhino Revised

In 1517, Mr. Albrecht Durer made a woodcut of a rhinoceros.  He had never seen one but worked from sketches and descriptions of travelers to Lisbon where one had been on display. Until that time, the rhinoceros (which hadn’t been seen … Continue reading

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