Tag Archives: family

What comes first: Line or color?

Trying to answer the question: what comes first, line or color? Continue reading

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Car Wash

Quick-sketching a car wash. Continue reading

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Concert Time

One hundred and twenty 3rd graders play the recorder, all together… Continue reading

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A little bit of this, a little bit of that…

Bits and piece from my week. Continue reading

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Flattering Portraits

Flattering portraits is not my forte. Which might explain why my family doesn’t really want me to draw them. But I draw them anyways: Sleeping, eating, doing their homework: anytime when I think I have a captive audience. These are quick little vignettes, … Continue reading

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Sketching Goa: Part 6

One last post from Goa, India. Bits and pieces, little vignettes, my family, and a tree I love. Clothes hanging on a line to dry. On one side, a barbed wire fence holds up the line. On the other, a … Continue reading

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Documenting the process

I’ve been trying to take photographs of a piece as I work on it. Trouble is, I work very quickly and wet-in-wet, usually without a pause. So it’s easy to forget to stop and take a photograph. Still, I managed to get … Continue reading

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