Field sketching at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. We were encouraged to take notes while drawing, and I often went a bit overboard with unimportant/obvious insights.
I’m overly proud of that cuttlefish, especially the fin and how it’s undulating, and the close-up study of the eye.
I am late with this one… Today I hope to end this male Harbour’s seal. (PHoca vitulina, male)
6. A Cantherellus cibarius for ichijoukenichiro
(I don’t like the way I did the outer lines, I think I can do much better, but I am too lazy to redraw it and it is not that bad)
This is my latest painting for my next show opening this fall at Joshua Liner Gallery in NYC. If you like this check out more here.
Sanguine 30” x 40” acrylic on maple panel, 2014