Archive for July, 2015

 

CHEHALIS FEST-Pocket Portraits

July 25th, 2015

Today, Saturday, July 25th at the Chehalis Fest from 12:00-3:00 you can become a Pocket Portrait!  I'll draw a cartoon of you on the back of a local business card. I'll be in front of Book n' Brush.

Today, Saturday, July 25th at the Chehalis Fest from 12:00-3:00 you can become a Pocket Portrait!

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Bunny Boy and Number 9 painting

July 20th, 2015

Bunny Boy Wonders If It Means Cloud, Potion, Or Engine.

Bunny Boy Wonders If It Means Cloud, Potion, Or Engine.

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Bunny Boy and the number 9 pencil sketch

July 20th, 2015

Bunny Boy Winders About Number 9

Bunny Boy Wonders About Number 9

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Bunny Boy Has a sharpie

July 20th, 2015

Bunny Boy Has A Sharpie

Bunny Boy Has A Sharpie And He Knows How To Use It

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The painting that came from the pencil sketch

July 20th, 2015

Bunny Boy and Otis the Moon See Their First Blimp

Bunny Boy and Otis the Moon See Their First Blimp

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Pencil sketch for a painting

July 20th, 2015

Bunny Boy and Blimp pencil sketch

Bunny Boy and Blimp pencil sketch

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latest pieces

July 20th, 2015

Crow Boy Hears Something Strange

Crow Boy Hears Something Strange

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chocolate

July 16th, 2015

A chocolate inspired painting.

A chocolate inspired painting.

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Chalk off!

July 13th, 2015

Chalk washed off of red acrylic “gessoed”  on duck cloth painting.

She Has Her Own Dirigibles To Situate

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red canvas painting near finished stage

July 12th, 2015

Here is what the blimp woman painting looks like now. It has to dry for at least several hours before I can wash off the chalk and take a better look at it to see what I see. When I erase the paint I will post it with the title that I revised from a poem by James Tate.

Here is what the blimp woman painting looks like now. It has to dry for at least several hours before I can wash off the chalk and take a better look at it to see what I see. When I erase the paint I will post it with the title that I revised from a poem by James Tate.

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