Graphite drawings created using thousands of freehand straight lines & charcoal background.
Graphite on paper with charcoal background 8" X 10" Available $ 500.00 Adams' Apple is a delicious drawing created with graphite, charcoal, and white chalk. Adams Apple was the original name for the Appletini. A bartender by the name of Adam made the drink in 1996 at a restaurant in West Hollywood.
A Little Different Sometimes
Graphite on paper with charcoal background 8" X 10" Available $ 500.00 A sweet fragrance fills the air in this berry display. I used light and soft pencil lines to form the glass and transparency, while darker pencil lines create the reflection and fruit. What a mouthwatering picture!
A Little Tipsy
Graphite on paper with charcoal background 16" x 16" Available $ 1,200.00 A flying bee blends into the thousands of lines, and the charcoal background has a white chalk outline of the subjects in this dreamy arrangement. See if you can spot the initials of my boy's names in the drawing.
Love Without Life
Graphite & charcoal on paper 6" x 15" Available $ 775.00 This sketch is about holding on while your world breaks apart, as you can see happening in the bouquet. This drawing is the first piece completed from the Blackened series.
When I Wake
Graphite & charcoal on paper 8" X 10" Available $ 575.00 A-line formation of irises stands tall along the river banks of New England. Their stiff pointy leaves, the upright flowers, and the hanging petals show the drawing's meticulous line work. The artwork required an estimated 80 hours to complete.
Graphite on paper 8" X 10" Available $ 550.00 The sun breaks through the dense clouds just as dusk approaches Bermuda. So, dig your toes into the pink sand, relax, and take in the medication alone. The tree silhouettes were created by rubbing charcoal into the paper.