Downtown Tucson on a summer Sunday. There used to be glass globes on the lightposts. Looks loose and a little splashy, but I spent a lot of time drawing and then chasing the light again. Still want to do some touch ups. 8″x10″ on Arches 130# paper.
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The show runs until March 9, opening is February 20, 5-7 pm. My bovine themed piece made the cut and got in!
“Glow,” 11″ x 14″
Number 20 in the 30-in-30 Challenge. On the trail to Douglas Spring. Great rocks all along the way. Great day to hike. Saw giant jackrabbits, a bobcat (running across the road) and a herd of javelina.
Number 19 in the 30-in-30 Challenge. Anyone familiar with Tucson may know of the Blue Willow restaurant. Big blue mugs full of cafe au lait and chai. Plates full of world-class pancakes (I am a pancake snob). Huevos Rancheros. Bacon Avocado Omelette. Been going here for years. Comfort food.
Number 18 in this 30-in-30 Challenge. Whew, good thing for eating breakfast out. My little postcard sized pad is great for this. Amazes me how long the drawing takes. But that sets down the bones of the image. Without that, everything feels all loosey-goosey.
Number 17 in the 30 -in-30 Challenge. Holyfield has a nipped off ear. This guy was sprawled across a sunny bench when I photographed him. Cats have unique squints, sometimes that Clint Eastwood squint. Usually not.
Number 16 in the 30-in-30. Resorting to rough studies to try to make quota. Washboard-looking clouds at sunrise were so awesome I tried to get that essence. Ended up in a perspective analysis. All stuff I already knew, but didn’t take time to get it straight in my head before putting brush to paper. 14″x11″