Drawing

My earliest formal instruction was in pencil. Drawing still life images seemed to come naturally. I gave many of these to my mother and father, who proudly display them in their home. The charcoal pieces are selected from a series I did while teaching and learning in The Gambia, 1980-1983. The colored pencil piece is a small drawing I did while my wife Bonnie and I traveled through Europe on our way back from Africa. Fond memories of that trip.
 

Fragments
Graphite and watercolor wash on paper
21 x 27 inches
1986



 

Still Life with Rose and Cornet
Graphite & oil wash on paper
16 x 14 inches
1977

 

Home Comfort
Graphite & colored pencil
12 x 10.5 inches
1983



Still Life with Leather Coat and Sewing Machine
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Florence
Graphite and colored pencil
4.5 x 9.5 inches
1983


 

Ghost Trunk



Quick Figure Study 1: "Cow"
Conte Crayon on paper
18 x 14 inches
1982


 

Quick Figure Study 2: "Mai"
Conte Crayon on paper
18 x 14 inches
1982


 

Quick Figure Study 3: "Kebbas"
Conte Crayon on paper
18 x 15 inches
1982


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