A class project at IWU to design a book cover, I did Darkness at Noon, a book about the Stalin prisons. The illustration is done by me with oil pastels. Cover: Spread:
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An assignment to depict the word “underbelly.” Here is a coal miner from the underbelly of the earth. And he’s also got a “belly.” Materials are fitting for the subject matter, driveway sealer and aluminum foil. 3′ x 2′ oil pastel, driveway sealer, alminum fSale for this artwork is negotiable
Assignment to combine three specific paintings. (I’m being too lazy to look them up right now) 2′ x 3′ acrylic on canvasSale for this artwork is negotiable
Print done from a wood cut made with a powergrinder. The rough medium fits the subject matter. It was later pointed out to me by Thomas Orr, that this figure would probably have been a new arrival at the Concentration Camps, because his face was still plump. 20 x 20″ woodcut print, paper, metalSale for …