Male model at a recent Tuesday Night Drawing session.
A similar pose one week later.
Quick pose, fast sketch. Massive hair is always one of my favorite poses.
|Charcoal and chalk on tan-toned paper.|
|Left to right: Greta, Dan, Diwan, Joseph, Richard’s son (back), Richard (back), Fred, Arlene (seated on the floor) Mike (back), Clarity (back), Ed, Vicki, Lisa, Raye, Will (back), George, John’s easel, Bob, and Holly.|
|Arzelie in Elizabethan costume|
Charcoal on tan paper
|Soft conte crayon on white paper.|
|Charcoal on newsprint.|
|Charcoal on newsprint. Not enough time during this pose for me to add a face.|
|Saturday morning. Preparations start for the 4 p.m. wedding, including the covered patio.|
|Last minute adjustments.|
|The Mermaid Tavern Plaza.|
|Matt Sanford performs the wedding ceremony.|
|Scarlett offers a touching toast to her brother, Jimmy, and his bride, Shiori.|
|Later the next day, video games provide the entertainment for some.|
|Jimmy and Shiori head out to The Great 28, a nine-hole practice course at Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe.|
|Shiori and Jimmy on the ninth fairway of The Great 28.|
|Robin designed a new front door to welcome the wedding guests—a sonnet, laser-etched into solid maple—masterfully built by artist/woodworker Arlan Sanford, Scarlett's father-in-law.|
Oil on canvas
20" x 16"
|Pencil drawing from the Tuesday Night Drawing Group, |
using a $40 pencil given to me by drawing-group-regular/artist/pal Karl Whitaker.
|Tara at an Exhibition|
|Holly Grimm at the opening reception for Color Spree, her exhibit of pastel landscapes at Betterday Coffee Shop.|