Figures and Leaves
I believe humans are more connected to nature than we like to think. These drawings are my representation of how humanity and nature are always intertwined.
Ink and Color Pencil 11 x 17 in. $100
Ink, charcoal and pastel 22 x 30 in. $350
Ink, watercolor and charcoal 22 x 30 in. $300
Ink and watercolor 18 x 24 in. $175
Ink and watercolor 18 x 24 in. $150
Ink and color pencil 19 x 24 in. $250
SOLD 2014 22x30 Charcoal, Colored Pencil and Graphite on Black Paper $150 The title was in part of a pun I thought of while drawing the white figure lying down which I don't normally do. I wanted the figure to look like it was resting, like it was waiting for its wings to fall completely apart or perhaps something else entirely.
2014 11x17" Charcoal, Color Pencil and Graphite $120 I have begun to realize the visual power of crumbling leaves so this is my take on a lighter figure in darkness with leaf wings that are void of any fillings. I also thought of white as a color sometimes associated with emptiness as black sometimes is too.
SOLD 11x14 Graphite & Color Pencil 2013 $200 During the summer I took pictures of leaves that were ravaged by insects. I was so interested by the look of these leaves, and it got me thinking of how humanity's bond with nature is slowly decaying or eaten away by its own doing.