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impossible cage

Sometimes my surroundings seem impossible.

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four sketches on this extra day

I never understood why a year with an extra day would be called a leap year. You’d think it was the year the frog didn’t leap over the 29th.

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in triplicate } the creation of unoriginal artwork #81

This one is more about the demo than the final product.

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the contortionists

Sometimes I get bored. But it only lasts a second or two.

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my green & stone sketchbook } the first seventeen pages

On my last trip to London I bought a new sketchbook from Green and Stone’s, no surprise. It has been rather difficult to find a sketchbook with the right degree of soft- to roughness ratio and absorption. When I bought this one, I felt I’d found the one. As lovely as the paper is, it still doesn’t measure up to […]

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kalamazoo } march 31, 2015 } #1,2,3,4

It was hard for me to stop working on these Kalamazoo drawings back in October. So I decided to start again, because having them in my life makes me a happier person. I use all sorts of supplies on these: stamps, water, watercolors, ballpoint pen, pencil, and carbon paper. I always work on two at […]

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earth on black

Ugh! I hate this scanner. I can’t wait to get back to my proper desktop rather than this tiny screened laptop and crappy scanner. Two more days. 

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playing on a lazy thursday afternoon

I had so many things on my to-do list this morning and did none of them. Not one single tick. Instead, I drew a picture.

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in triplicate } the creation of unoriginal artwork #67, #68 and #69

Sometimes I swear I’m just lucky. I sat down this morning to plan for my upcoming workshop at the Project Space in Doha. I looked for a color pencil set (there’s always one somewhere in this house) and found this one with wonderful earthy shades. I’ve always wanted a limited palette because I do tend […]

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