Art: Figure Drawing – Jonesboro

I’m so out of shape figure drawing wise, but here are some quick drawings from this past weekend.  Been placing the figures all on one sheet to save paper and money :(.  Like most sessions they usually start out with quick 2 minute warm up drawings and end up with 20 minute poses.  Wish I had more time […]

Art: Figure Drawing

Kate 1 (20 minute figure study) 18×24″ Charcoal on Canson Figure drawing from life is a nice change from the way I’m currently creating art, and it’s definitely different from my photography.  Walk into any event featuring photographers, and you’ll have others asking you what camera or lens you use, perhaps trying to find a correlation between gear and […]

Art in progress: Refugees 2

The last piece for Brush Gallery.  Don’t know the direction I want to take the final CG composition, but the drawing portion took too long to finish, or rather come to a stopping point.  I started the heads before I got sick, it got left empty for awhile, and I spent all of today rendering the rest […]

Art in progress: Monks 3

Sorry for the lack of updates, still recovering from chickenpox, of all things…that and the usual stuff.  This is a preview of one of the art pieces for a gallery in Lowell, MA.

Lao Art

What does it mean to be a Lao artist? I don’t know, but I did put some of my random Lao themed artwork in this portfolio:   Like I’ve already expressed, growing up Lao in America, you get the best of both cultures. There’s the graceful dances, food, a second language, and the respect you […]

Art: Mina

White and black charcoal pencil on Canson Bisque paper, 20 x 25″. This style of drawing takes awhile, but it’s actually less time than my CG style or the other black and white charcoal drawings.  The paper isn’t too expensive, and it has a nice texture and takes the medium well.  Although this paper doesn’t allow me the range of […]