Happy Mother’s Day to the mom’s out there…It’s another week during Corona Virus World. I have been spending my time creating art, which is business as usual for me. We’ve been watching Ozark in the evenings and finished the first season and are in the second season. That series shows how lies just make peopleContinue reading “This week’s sketches”
And it is in the mail with time to spare. I really enjoyed this project and I hope the people who visit it in person at the Brooklyn Art Library will like it, too. Here is the cover and over the next few posts I’ll share the many spreads that it took to complete thisContinue reading “Tiny Book is Finished!”
Here are my daily vignettes for week 2:
Kitty is prepared….
A few years ago I took a year long class with Carla Sonheim and Lynn Whipple, called Year of the Spark. One of the assignments was automatic writing in little booklets that we made just for the purpose of writing in them. I have done a bunch of them and occasionally I use them asContinue reading “Feeling a bit crabby”
Day 20 #30Pages30Days Today we went to Denny’s for breakfast. It’s my father-in-law’s 89th birthday and he wanted to celebrate with his friends, and get his free breakfast, lol. This sketchbook is the #Leichtturm1917 I used my Uniball pen and Peerless watercolors. The Leuchtturm1917 is not wet work friendly but I have been making itContinue reading “30 Pages 30 Days”
Playing around with some lettering art and a verse from ELO’s Eldorado.
Inspired by Sktchy
Cleo is paying us a visit. She has been an indoor apartment cat since June. She’s ecstatic when she pays us a visit because she gets to stroll outside in the screened in patio. I sketched her in a few different poses, looking longingly out at the yard. The lizards are taunting her from theContinue reading “Un-cat-stitutional”
Here are the sketches from Day 2 Plus, a critter sketch