After two years of creating digital paintings on my iPad (because I didn’t have a studio), I became jaded. Fortunately, at that time I was asked by Art Works Downtown in San Rafael, CA., if I wanted to rent a newly vacated studio in their complex; I accepted! Because the iPad is such a small format, I thought to loosen up with drawing on large pieces of paper. I started with charcoal, then added conte crayon, pastels and colored pencils. I plan on eventually painting on canvas with acrylics and oils, but I’m having such fun with the drawings that I’ll keep at it awhile.

Casita Alta
Casita Alta

charcoal, conte crayon 17x14”, framed 22"x20” $500

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Cat Nipped
Cat Nipped

charcoal, conte crayon, pastel, Prismacolor pencil 14x11”, framed 18x14”. $300

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Que Suena El Saxofón
Que Suena El Saxofón

charcoal, conte crayon, pastel 14x17”, framed 20x22”. $500

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Over the Bounding Main III
Over the Bounding Main III

charcoal, conte crayon, pastel 14x17”, framed 20x22” $500

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Plato del Pescado
Plato del Pescado

charcoal, conte crayon 17x14”, framed 22x20” $500

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Sonata II
Sonata II

charcoal, conte crayon 14”x17”, framed 20”x22” $500

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Drawings