Coconuts, Coral, and Cow S it at Fringe
One year ago - By Analog Artist Digital World
The title for this show was quite misleading. I walked into the preview assuming I would find a strange comedy. Instead, I found a compelling personal drama. Actress Sara Kunz stood on a chair looking down into an abyss. Wind whistled in our ears as she subtly swayed forward and back. She began to cry. The moment lingers, allowing the audience time to realize that she might be willing to jump. The theater went black.
Sara excitedly considered a challenging hike in Hawaii. She loved physical challenges, they allow her to push to her physical limits and beyond. The park announcements in her...
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Maiko - original oil pastel portrait of a maiko
I love drawing geisha and maiko. This interest began with a drawing group I attended years ago where there was a model from Japan who often dressed in a kimono when she came to...
Using My Reconstituted Pastels
'In the Pink' 12x9 pastel ©Karen Margulis available in my Etsy shop $165 I don't know why I was so stubborn. I cleaned out my big pastel box two years ago and promised I would...
Relaunching the blog
Well, It's been nearly six years since I posted here. The truth is I had slowed down quite a bit, because social media was already starting to take the place of my blog as a...
Yep. Also, one is not a dinosaur.
Life Drawing Update
Lotsa drawings to post, way overdue. Here's some figure sketches from the past few months or so, in no particular order.
Denver's participation in the 40th Worldwide Sketchcrawl
Yes, it's a bit short notice, but if you've got a hankerin' to go sketchcrawlin' on Saturday the 13th, we'll be meeting at Market Street Station downtown at 9am sharp. Where we...
Recent figure sk
From the Art Students' League and Redline Denver. Franki at the Art Students' League, 3-hour pose, charcoal: Ryann at Redline Denver:
I started this drawing a few weeks ago, based on this skeletal drawing by Scott Hartman. Just a brief pencil sketch with only a little bit of detail. I didn't think I'd finish...