Looking Closely is a graphite drawing that started with a photo reference (my own) and ended with many imagined areas, shapes, and woven vines. This drawing is created on Rives BFK print paper, 22″ x 30″. Looking Closely was shown at the Norton Art Gallery, Shreveport, Louisiana. It will be shown at the National Association of Women Artist’s 129th Annual Members’ Exhibition, October 6 – 18, 2018, South Gallery, New York.
“Cherry Blossoms” (blue ink pen & watercolor on Rives BFK, prepared w/gesso; 6″ x 6″)
“Fish & Flowers” (mixed media: ink, marker, highlighter). Drawing on paper.
“Torn Pieces” (ink drawing with watercolor on paper). A Daily Something from my sketchbook.
“Where Does it End?” (colored pencil drawing with digital color)
Having so much fun with my new pen staff & ink bottle set given to me by my stepson, Brian. One staff is a solid piece of acrylic with a nib of spirals. It’s difficult to work with and unpredictable, but I like that.
Scanned drawing with digital color added. To See Under the Sea (2016 “Daily Something” #4).