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(More) Accordion Fold Samplers

Making accordion fold sampler books Continue reading

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The week that was: everyday sketches from last week.

You’ve seen some of my little everyday sketches from last week already as I warmed up for my weekend workshops in Berkeley and San Francisco. You might have noticed that these pastels are showing up a lot in my work. I’ve … Continue reading

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Monday Morning: Little sketches

Here are some of last week’s little sketches. While my little sketches, mostly done at home, don’t vary much in subject matter, I still enjoy just the act of making them, sometimes trying new stuff, but mostly just doing something over and over … Continue reading

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Why do you sketch everyday?

Why do you sketch everyday? Continue reading

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Just pears

A little watercolor piece from a busy day… you’re never too busy to paint one tiny piece. My little Fluid watercolor paper block at 8×8 inches is perfect for a small piece. And these not-yet-ripe pears from a friend’s backyard were just … Continue reading

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Pears 1, 2016.

First Pears, 2016 Continue reading

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Pears in October

I love drawing pears. They’re a simple shape, but not so simple they’re boring. And a forgiving form too: you can mess around with a pear shape quite a bit and it still look like a pear. I thought I’d sit down and do a ‘quick 5 … Continue reading

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