Here’s a peacock in a neo gothic church, part of the same series of images I’ve been working on, many of which you can find here. Above is the detail, below is the painting itself which you can click on for a larger view.
Monthly Archives: February 2012
I’ll be running a two week summer workshop, The Craft of Watercolor, from June 10-24 on watercolor painting here in Paros, Greece. It will be based at the Aegean Center and we will be doing work in studio and around the island. I will be … Read More →
Here’s a sketch made with Tombo markers of a big, beautiful dog–only one year old as I learned, on the ferry boat on a trip returning back to Paros last year. He was such a good dog, he stayed still and just hung out on … Read More →
Drawn in pen with washes on top.
I love the color of the sea right after the sun sets below the horizon. It becomes a deep, indigo blue. As Homer put it, a “wine dark sea.” Here’s a watercolor that evolved from a sunset painting to a just after sunset painting, with … Read More →
From the Palazzo Massimo in Rome, two sketches of a beautiful crouching Venus and the head of the incredible bronze Hellenistic sculpture, “The Pugilist.” Click on the thumbnail below for a larger view.
This is another view of Naxos painted while on a small boat cruise last summer. I did this mostly with Tombo markers and washes in my sketchbook. Very simple, just the island and the sea.
Because I’m working on a new series of ink paintings for an upcoming exhibition this summer, I haven’t been doing many new quick sketches and studies lately. I’m going to post some older ones from the last year or two just to keep some activity … Read More →
Here’s the latest piece in India ink from my series on wild animals in sacred spaces. This time a leopard and like the stag piece I placed the leopard in a Byzantine style church. To be more specific the Ekatonpiliani or the Church of 100 … Read More →
Here’s another from my animal series. This time a pack of wolves in a Gothic chapel. Above is a detail, here’s the whole image which you can click for a larger view.