Monthly Archives: June 2017
I read that the Lotus is a symbol of purity and beauty in many eastern religions. Painting with MOPAPA at Tower Grove Park in STL this morning, I can understand the reverance for these amazing plants. The delicately colored flowers … Continue reading
Another fun, expressive face – awe- perhaps? Charcoal on Strathmore vellum bristol 11×14. I used powdered, compressed and charcoal pencils for this piece.
Since I’ve lately been playing with charcoal drawing, I thought it might be fun and challenging to draw faces expressing different emotions. I want to practice with this medium in its various forms and I think this will be a … Continue reading
Here is my second attempt to capture a likeness of my beautiful niece. I used powdered charcoal, charcoal pencils and traditional charcoal stumps and erasers for this drawing. The paper is Strathmore 400 Bristol. The drawing measures 11×14. It’s still … Continue reading