Waiting rooms have all kinds of interesting people to sketch.
The patient in the next cubby was asleep. The disembodied hand was in fact connected to her. This sketch is an environmental portrait.
My good friend Kathy DeAngelo put up this photograph from 43 years ago when Ed McDermott and I gave a fiddle workshop on the back porch of the Eagleton Institute at Rutgers University. I learned a lot of Irish Music from Mac. Damn, I miss those days. Check out Kathy’s site at You Gotta Have […]
Although not exactly an action shot, I had to be a bit quick to catch this one. (Shading was done in post production.)
I am always on the lookout for hidden Mondrians. I have a good track record so far: Faded Mondrian, Mondrian Composition 300 CRY, Found Art – Mondrian Rug, Mondrian 300, Mondrian 002 OXY, Hidden: Mondrian 240, Found Art In Situ. More Found Art, Found Art,
I ran out of time before detailing the face.
Portrait of man in number 3 ballcap. From the back.
Although I had plenty of time for this sketch, I couldn’t get the chin quite right. I nailed the glasses, though.
At the bottom of the small orange fruit, where there is a slight dimple in the orb, I press it in until the skin ruptures. From there, I peel the skin away. One curious feature of the tangerine is just beneath the protrusion on the pole opposite the dimple. Once the peeling reaches that geometry, […]
I ate at a restaurant during my lunch break today. I haven’t done that in a long time. An older woman and a young boy sat in a booth close to me. I was at one of the tables that was surrounded by very high stools. This accounts for the vantage point in the sketch […]