I follow the muse and my curiosity where it takes me but seem to always return to drawing the face and figure.
The process anchors me, and I get lost in that quiet space between myself and the model in a way that seems nothing less than additive.
With a well-honed piece of conté in my hand, I swear I can feel every curve of limb, fold of skin, tuck of chin as if I were creating the figure in front of me rather than just recording it.
All work in this series (unless otherwise noted):
Conté on Rives BFK, newsprint, other papers
30" x 22" or 22" x 15"
I’ve gotten a number of requests for my Starling of Fort Mason prints as holiday gifts this year. Starlings of Fort Mason is a series of monotypes executed in 2005. A limited series of 30 giclée prints are being offered, signed and numbered by the artist. They are printed at the original size of 8″ […]
I’m finishing an exciting portrait commission. Here’s a detail.