Monthly Archives: December 2020

Last Zoom Figure Drawing of 2020

As usual, I sketched on Zoom with the Fresno group this Tuesday evening. The model was great, he dug up a costume from the 70’s that included bell bottoms and platform shoes. It was so authentic that at one point … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays to All!

Sending everyone great good wishes for a better than ever NewYear! May it be full of health, joy, peace, friendship, and adventure!

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A Covid Kind of Christmas

Our model for last night’s Zoom figure group came in holiday colors and a mask, perfect for a COVID kind of Christmas.

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I began with a few of my favorite Holbein colors, quinacridone violet, jaune brillant, and ultramarine blue, and then added smaller marks with color pencils.

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What’s That You Say?

In the last 48 hours, California has recorded more than 100,000 positive cases of Covid. Our hospitals are full and it makes me resolved to continue to stay at home, as we have been ordered to do. All this makes … Continue reading

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I have been Zoom sketching on Tuesday evenings with my cousin’s group in Fresno since the spring. They are accomplished and supportive, so a great group to draw with each week. They have a steady group of interesting models. Every … Continue reading

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An OwlCat with a Rose

Continuing along with my class, I am amused at the images that can emerge from putting down random marks and paint. In this case, after I finished the first steps of putting down some lines and color, an OwlCat was … Continue reading

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