My older brother Mike doesn’t know he’s in trouble. Mike is low functioning, autistic and has never spoken. He is inwardly directed, if that concept even makes sense for him. I spent many years trying to understand my brother and, I don’t know him any better than I did 60 years ago. Mike breathes in […]
Went to the car during lunch to do my daily sketch. There was someone in the next car also taking a break. I sketched very secretly.
One of the books from which I expect to derive inspiration is Paul Klee: Irony at Work by Angela Lampe and Michael Baumgartner. It is from 2016, but new to me. Here it is on my bed.
Here are the books that will be keeping me company on my night stand until I finish them one-by-one.
I have a new cap for the new year. I wear it jauntily.
View of a bedroom.
Here is my alcohol marker version of the tangled wires above the garage.
Another alcohol marker portrait. I hoped to convey the idea of a person of two minds, or one mind hovering between consciousnesses.
I’m trying my luck with markers. Inspired by Alexij Jawlensky.
I integrated alcohol marker curves with broad expanses of watercolor in this study. It reminds me of a jellyfish with trailing tangles.