West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon
Old Slave quarters on South Carolina Plantation. Oil, 24″x18″ My dad and I “visited” this place several years ago. The groundskeeper was happy to let us wander around, but I did not press my luck.
Thank you all for coming and supporting the show! More work to come.
http://www.hoosiersalon.org/annualexhibits.html The Exhibit will be open to the public June 26 through August 24, 2014
Abstract watercolor flowers and wax resist
Sketches I found in my Sketchbook from a cold Saturday with Lohren, Simon and Bo. Enjoy!!
Honest creativity demands courage, Steve Taylor, filmmaker tells HSU students – The Baptist Standard
Honest creativity demands courage, filmmaker tells HSU students – The Baptist Standard :: The Newsmagazine of Texas Baptists.
As a drawing fan, and as one who is in that inter-generational group of people, who have been taught and use both, this is an interesting article. I especially like the connection Michael Graves makes between “reading” words on a page vs. “reading or hearing” words from an audio book. Is there something that is…