Saturday, July 31, 2010

page 3

this one needs more work... a darker back ground and some other images scattered about.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

second page

drawing with a splitting headache is no fun at all... but it is done.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

the nightmare begins...

leaving room on the page for some words... not real good with words, so it may take some time before i write...

Sunday, July 25, 2010

finally i started this book...

made the cover for the next sketchbook project for the arthouse brooklyn library. will probably do some more work on this later.
got back yesterday from my trip to alabama. on the way back i stopped by atlanta georgia and met with Ester Wilson and James Darden. the couple hours spent with them was the highlight of my two week trip. Great people and artists. Check out their work through the link to Ester. i purchased a piece of art from Ester and it is amazing.

Friday, July 16, 2010

the weekend is here!

the week is finally over, time to relax, drink a beer, and chill out in the hotel... don't think i'll go out to see much, instead i'll veg out here and save money.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

the oil flow stopped...

is it true, bp capped off the gushing oil leak? why not sooner? anyway i'm down here in alabama, haven't drawn anything... yet. i'll try this weekend. this is an old drawing from the abandoned/trash moleskine.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

late post

Kristine visited a few weeks ago. We went down to the gallery where my moleskines were on display. It was nice have the keys so I could stop in and check on things, or to allow my daughter and her friend a chance to check out the show... She demanded to have her picture taken with this page, of course I complied. I'm getting ready to travel again, so things will be slow on the posts. If I find time to draw, I'll have my digital camera to post things on occassion.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Going, going, gone...

Took down my moleskine sketchbook show last Sunday. Felt good to take it down, but really enjoyed showing at this gallery. Jim Kolva and Pat Sullivan are great people and are to the artists in this little city. Many thanks to all the folks that made it out for the First Friday in June and also in July. Now this chapter in my book is done, time to start another...