LITTLE PRINTS


With only a few minutes before the model changes pose there little time to overthink. With eyes on the model, working shape to shape, one needs to translate the image as quickly as possible. Seeing and feeling the form intuitively rather than relying on a conceptual or technique-driven style. The shorter poses are often the best.

A study of anatomy is extremely useful so that one can work with a knowledge of the underlying structure.

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Women in motion

Woman in Hat 30 x 40 #0029, 100% fine art Giclee on rag paper float mounted. Also available printed on glass. Currently available in 2 sizes, 20 x 24 and 30 x 40 inches.

Woman in Hat 30 x 40 #0029, 100% fine art Giclee on rag paper float mounted. Also available printed on glass. Currently available in 2 sizes, 20 x 24 and 30 x 40 inches.

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Women and the Figure

This photo was taken in Paris in the 1800's, at that time women were not allowed to draw the nude figure. Even now there is a preference for the female form, but perfect bodies rarely make the most interesting drawings.

This collection of studies was drawn over a period of years in a variety of Los Angeles life drawing studios.