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Josee, a portrait of one of my nieces. Gift, 11 x 14 inches graphite on paper. Drawing portraits is like brain surgery – one millimeter off, more or less, in any direction makes all the difference between success or failure!
Lucas at the Museum, 11H x 14W inches graphite on paper, originally posted March 23, 2007 – today notified as part of the exhibition Growing Up and Looking Back – Reflecting on Childhood, Parenting, and Home at Gallery RFD in Swainsboro, GA October 12th – November 3rd, 2007.
See more of the Children Series, graphite illustrations available as cards, matted prints and framed prints.
Joseph At The Park, 15 months old, 11H x 14W inches graphite on paper
Brittany at the Beach, 11 x 14 inches graphite on paper
Adam, 11 x 14 inches graphite on paper
Post-dated entry: Adam , Merit Award winner, cash prize at the VAST 19th Annual Juried Exhibition held in Denton, Texas July 29 – August 23, 2007
Adrian, The Muddy Field, 11 x 14 inches graphite on paper
Alexander’s Cat, 11 x 14 inches graphite on paper
Thanks to all for your responses to the recent group of pencil portraits. The portraits are practice using tones and values, something that needs more attention as a foundation to color.
Renee at Dance Class, 11 x 14 inches graphite on paper
Derek, 2 years old at the Wedding, 1H1 x 14W graphite on paper
Andra’s New Hat, 14 x 11 inches graphite on paper« Previous Entries