Every spring I visit this magnificent pin oak when taking my class out to draw.
So thankful for this experience that I shared with my class today. For the last 3 spring semesters, I’ve had the opportunity to take my KCAI Cultural Safari senior sketchbook class to draw from donor cadavers. Every year I am reminded of how amazing and intricate the human body is. I am also humbled by the generosity of the donors giving their remains to train young physicians. The conversations that result from these encounters always prove to be enlightening and inspirational. These are a few of my drawings I made.
Fliers to advertise monthly lunch-time sketch sessions.
The Seasons. Acrylic Gouache on Wood Skateboard Deck. 7.75” x 32” Finished!
The Seasons. Acrylic Gouache on Wood Skateboard Deck. 7.75” x 32”
Almost finished! I’ll be donating this hand-painted skateboard deck to support the Kansas City Artists Coalition’s 37th Annual Benefit Art Auction taking place on February 29, 2020.
This is an extension of my steam of consciousness sketchbook practice. Having fun!
Drawings I made for a commission of the five stages of the Walking Wall installation by Andy Goldsworthy at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City. What an inspiring journey to walk and watch it move.
Airbags deployed...RIP CRV 2003-2019. Drove this guy just short of 17 years. First new car I owned. Goodbye old friend.
Drawings from the hearings from the last couple days.
I am really enjoying exploring Adobe Fresco with this year's Inktober prompts. Here are a few of my favorites.
Further exploration with Adobe Fresco.
Adobe just released a new drawing and painting app Fresco for the iPad. Here are few experimental images. I have to say I am impressed with the natural media brushes and the interface.
11x14 Portraits. Acrylic Gouache on wood panel.
Sketching in Procreate on the iPad.
A few sketches of protesters from a recent visit to DC.