Here’s another attempt to evoke the mood of Charles Dickens’ stories.
I’ve done a few mood pieces that evoke (to me) the feel of Charles Dickens work. Here’s one.
One of the new pieces in my etsy shop.
Here is a framed Buffalo drawing for sale in my etsy shop. It also is charcoal on vellum on graphite on paper.
I have some new work for sale in my etsy shop. The series is a set of framed charcoal on vellum on graphite on paper drawings. Basically, I did a tight graphite drawing on paper, then I sprayed it with fixative, let it dry, and did another drawing in charcoal on vellum on top of that. It makes the darks deep and the transitions a little more ghostly, which I like. A lot of the stuff on etsy is … how do I say this … feminine? Is that fair? So I decided to do a series that might feel at home in a man’s office (preferably one with the works of Teddy Roosevelt on the bookshelves). I may add to it over time, but my next task is to begin a series of pieces that might be fitting on a shelf near the works of Charles Dickens. I’ll keep you posted.