I finished this drawing commission last month, and I am glad that it is home with its family now. It was a rather lengthy and relatively large drawing done in colored pencil on bristol of a small and somewhat blurry photo of a tree that was cut down. The drawing ended up surprisingly stylized, but it is very brilliantly colored in person.
Dandelion Clocks graphite on paper 2019
I realize that I am belated updating this website, but here are some new pieces to make up for my tardiness. Hopefully I can be more regular about posting my new work over the coming months.
Ryan Practicing Guitar graphite on paper 2019
Cortney's Book oil on canvas 2019
Daffodils graphite on paper 2019
The Monastery Garden oil on panel 2018
I apologize----I feel as though I have been hiding; something I am often quite good at. But here I am, sharing my hidden self in this new painting (not quite new. I started it last year, but it has taken me this long to finish it). And I've even sent off this Solitary Pear below to the Art Division holiday fundraiser that they will be holding this November at the Art Division library in Los Angeles. There will be 200 framed drawings for sale for 200 dollars each. If you are a collector, or would like to become one, and are in the neighborhood, you should stop by and look. I would, if I could be there. But my pear must stand in for me, instead.
The Solitary Pear graphite on paper 2018
The Empty Park watercolor on paper 2018
Vinca graphite on paper 2018