Last Thursday I hosted a drawing session at my house. It was so much fun that I can’t wait to host another one. It was a great group of artists, all confident in their own hand, and strong with their own vision. I’d like to show you some of their work.
I could watch Sue Smith draw all day long. She has such a delicate touch of charcoal to paper, yet a strength of form and line; her hand moves like it’s dancing when she draws.
Sarah is also a sculptor, and I think that her knowledge of all dimensions of a form gave this drawing substance even though it’s drawn primarily with an energetic line and just a little shading.
You can see her work here: adobehillsstudio.wordpress.com
I envy George’s ability to draw with such expressive marks. His drawings are always spare and minimal, but the lines are loose and free. And he makes it look so easy. Drat you, Geo (not really).
You can see his work, and his wonderful videos here: www.gadurkee.com
3 thoughts on “Four artists, one life-drawing session”
Wow, they’re all impressive. Love yours best! What endless challenges to be found in the figure and in heads and faces.
I love drawing people more than anything else!
Nice! I can’t choose between animal faces and people, but faces truly are the best! I’m with ya, sista!
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