Monthly Archives: September 2020

Tackling a challenging subject – a lizard in a tree


I love it when folks send a challenging subject to sketch. This one comes from my friend Lori. It is a small lizard in a tree, a lot of gray makes it hard to get the lizard to stand out. … Continue reading

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Tackle your fears – art and life


In any discipline we have strengths and weaknesses. We also have comfort zones and challenges. Much of life is dealing with both. The best advice I ever received about strengths and weakness came from a psychologist friend of mine. He … Continue reading

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Capturing the moment – Dubai and Genoa


When I look back at my sketches from the past a few evoke more vivid memories than others. The sketch triggers a sense of the moment almost as if I was right there. Here is an excerpt from my new … Continue reading

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