Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Wandering

As we head towards the shortest day of the year and the world is filled with more darkness, charcoal has re-entered the studio; deep, velvety charcoal that I push into the paper with my fingers and the palm of my hand.


Dreaming deep #1ab, 22 x 30 in.,  digital image on paper, 2015
Dreaming deep #1a, 22 x 30 in.,  charcoal on paper, 2015

Dreaming deep #2, 22 x 30 in.,  charcoal on paper, 2015

Dreaming deep #2a, 22 x 30 in.,  digital image on paper, 2015

Dreaming deep #16 22 x 30 in.,  charcoal on paper, 2015

7 comments:

  1. Yes, exquisite, and I'd like to see the palm and heel of your hand.

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    1. Thanks Mary, and I'm going through a lot of disposable gloves and face masks, but I keep tracking charcoal dust through the house!

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  2. Dear Liz,
    I had saved this blog to read carefully later. And what a treat it is! Love your charcoal drawings! They have a beautiful mood about them. Reading your thoughts was just as much a pleasure.
    Best wishes
    Munira

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    1. Thank you Munira for taking the time to read and comment, and I'm so glad you like the charcoal drawings. I only get to work with charcoal in between other work as I seem to spread charcoal dust everywhere, but it is such a joy to use.

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