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An assignment to do something with mosiacs. Most people kept it to two dimensions. I thought it would be interesting to create a three-dimensional cube with windows that havve transparencies of trees. The trees break up the view of what’s inside the cube, just as the mosaics are broken up pieces forming the structure. Inside …
hands, tools of creation forming a rhythmic balance in the composition 18 x 24″ lithography print on paper, plastic, spray paintSale for this artwork is negotiable
From a series on dance and movement. 3′ x 2′ oil pastel, ink, metal, newsprintSale for this artwork is negotiable
14″ x 6″ x 4″ scrap metal, roseSale for this artwork is negotiable
Drawers warm up and practice their craft by doodling on paper. With sculpture it should be no different. Occasionally, it is good to create free-form sculptures with different materials to practice and extend your knowledge of materials. This will help your ability to work free, loose, and spontaneous. 18″ x 4″ x 5″ Found object, …
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 …