Tag Archives: pencil drawings
My (unspoken) New Year’s resolution was to learn how to manipulate my photos and drawings in Photoshop. I bought a book. My husband already has the power-house program. So what am I waiting for? Every time I try to … Continue reading
When my daughter started violin lessons 2 months ago, I decided to use the time to practice drawing. The studio is small and bare. There is no art on the walls. There are a few chairs to sit in and … Continue reading
One day, it’s a happy post. The next day, a sorrowful one. What can I say? It’s my blog and I can cry if I want to. On the inside, I’m crying quite a bit. This drawing isn’t supposed to be … Continue reading
On the cover of the Met’s Winter 2009-2010 Newsletter: Head of a Smiling Woman, Agnolo Bronzino, ca. 1542.