I’ve updated my website! I’ve included a few images from my sketchbooks, a “news” section, which currently has information about the summer classes I will be instructing, and the inclusion of a quarterly mailing list to keep interested parties updated on my work.
back to drawing….
2:59 pm • 13 May 2013 • 1 note
Sketchbook drawing- Rib Cage Charlie, in one of his unique modeling poses for Dan Thompson’s Drawing IV class at the New York Academy of Art. I had a lot of down time that day as a TA and was able to work this drawing up. Blue mechanical pencil. Lots of fun.
10:01 am • 8 May 2013 • 1 note
An older, unfinished drawing. I really enjoy this one. I want to revisit this setup.
12:18 am • 17 April 2013 • 3 notes
quick mixed media drawings- ecorche head portrait and fabric bundle. Red, Black, & White chalk, Red & Black pencil, and Watercolor on paper.
12:35 am • 16 April 2013 • 3 notes
Graphite value study of an ecorche head sculpture for a larger drawing. Trying to find the value relationships.
5:31 pm • 9 April 2013 • 4 notes
Jaw bone, page from one of my sketchbooks- graphite
6:00 pm • 1 April 2013 • 14 notes
Copy of an Adolph Menzel drawing on the left, Ribera copy on the right. These sketches were done infront of the original drawings at the Met in their drawing study room. Red, and a little blue, pencil in my sketchbook.
7:22 am • 22 March 2013 • 4 notes
Drawings/print I’ve been looking at. Besides the Stevens drawing, which came from the Tate database, the rest I found in the Met’s collection.
5:45 am • 15 March 2013 • 5 notes
Anatomy Studies of the shoulder muscles seen from the back- what happens when a shoulder is raised. Graphite on paper. This is one of the hundreds of anatomical drawings I made while in Roberto Osti’s Anatomical Drawing class- he had the model pose for us, and we drew the anatomy, not the perceptual figure. It’s an incredibly hard, but very rewarding challenge.
9:29 pm • 14 March 2013