“View from Mama Margie’s Mexican Restaurant” Four page spread in small Japanese album Moleskine. Drawn from life. Pen and Ink-00 Rapidograph. Drawn while my friends were singing karaoke.
Pen and ink and Daniel Smith watercolor sticks, in large watercolor Moleskine. My friend’s baby’s first snow cone, from my own reference photo.
A live drawing completed at a spoken word poetry competition. A study for a commissioned work. Daniel Smith watercolor sticks and Pitt artist’s brush pen in a large watercolor Moleskine.
“City Lights” Ballpoint pen in small Moleskine sketchbook. Reference photo courtesy of wetcanvas.com.
“Dissoultion”-2nd half of double page spread. 00 Rapidograph, Dr. Ph. Martin’s Bombay India Ink. White Acrylic Paint.
Second piece and first half of a double page spread in my Exile, large watercolor Moleskine. 00 Rapidograph, Dr. Ph. Martin’s Bombay India Ink, White Acrylic Paint.
Versailles Building, New Orleans.
My first post on here, and also the first page of my themed watercolor Moleskine, Exile: New Atlantis. This work will focus on the concept of exile from a personal, metaphorical, and narrative perspective. It will also draw from my experience as a New Orleanian in exile, post-hurricane Katrina, and the broader experience of being an outsider. This image-00 Rapidograph, Dr. Ph. Martin’s Bombay India Ink. The man in the rearview mirror is the face of an Art S. Buck anatomical model. The rest of the image is from my own photo reference.