“Green Carousel” (ink drawing; digital color) 6″ x 6″ drawing on paper.
I’ve been a little fascinated with digital color application for over two years now. This little ink drawing has hatch marks (linear value) and when I drop digital color in an area, it spreads unevenly. I’m not a digital artist, just someone who learned to drop color into shapes–enjoying the outcome, especially when it’s unpredictable.
“The Tide Beneath” ink drawing in sketchbook. A continuous doodle. The lady in the small boat appears in a lot of my work. She represents freedom to live one’s own life.
“Cat Dreaming” small ink drawing of my cat Orange and small dog Roseanna. I kept doodling on drawing until it looked like the cat was dreaming about all kinds of stuff.
To my beautiful daughter Meg, who has blessed my life with love and happiness. Happy Birthday!
1/3 of a larger piece (22″ x 30″), ink on tan paper.
I’ve worked on this piece over two years at least. It’s one of those things that I return to and add to, wondering when it will be finished.
I guess I’ll know when it tells me.
This is an older drawing from 2013. It’s an ink drawing with watercolor, a way of working that I still love to do.
I put pen to paper and draw, allowing whatever images to evolve. “Upside Down, Downside Up” is on paper, approximately 14″ x 20″.
“Blue Flowers” (ink drawing w/digital color; 5.5″ x 5.5″)