Children: graphite illustrations
when curiosity reigns
and happiness is a given.
With this series I hoped to refresh the discipline that drawing commands, and portraits are the perfect challenge for that. Negative spaces are as important to the composition as the subjects themselves, and the eraser is used as a tool as much as the graphite.
Lucas At The Museum was part of the juried exhibition Growing Up and Looking Back – Reflecting on Childhood, Parenting, and Home at Gallery RFD in Swainsboro, Georgia October 12th through November 3rd, 2007.
Adam won a merit award at VAST’s 41st Annual Exhibition, 2007
Renee at Dance Class, Andra, and Evelyn are sold. All pieces are available as matted high quality prints, all sizes. PayPal capabilities will be posted here soon.
|$50.00 each 11 x 14 inches graphite on paper, white mat|