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Beach Girl, Charcoal on Paper, 25 x 40

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Black Corsette, Mixed Medium on Paper, 15 x 20

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Charcoal on Paper Series

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Finding Balance, Charcoal on Paper, 20 x 25

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Forward Lean, Charcoal on Paper,12 x 18

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Gaze, Charcoal on Paper, 18 x 24

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Girl with Vest, Charcoal on Paper, 12 x 16

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Historical Novelist, Pencil on Paper, 9 x 12

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In Repose, Charcoal on Paper, 19 x 23

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Knitting, Charcoal, 20 x 26

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Leaning Toward Change, Oil and charcoal on Canvas, 18” x 26″

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Line Dance, Charcoal on Paper, 20 x 26

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Lyrical Line, Charcoal on Paper, 20 x 26

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Nocturne Style, Charcoal on Paper, 26 x 40

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Party Girl, Charcoal on Paper, 20 x 25

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Poet, Charcoal and Oil on Paper, 9 x 9

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Resting With Glasses, Charcoal on Paper, 12 x 16

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Socially Progressive, Charcoal on Paper, 12 x 16

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Spectator, Charcoal on Paper, 20 x 20

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Squaring Up, Charcoal on Paper, 12 x 16

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Tennis Pro, Charcoal on Paper, 9 x 12

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The Graduate Student, Charcoal on Paper, 22 x 29

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Two Women, Charcoal on Paper, 24 x 18

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Urban Rest, Charcoal on Paper, 26 x 20

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Young Girl, Charcoal on Paper, 19 x 24

The Model Animate or Inanimate

 

The Model animate or inanimate is used as reference material, the subject matter.

I am looking for the transition between formal exterior physicality of structure, and interior content.

The aesthetic combination of these elements is my fascination with creating a visual idea.

My interest is in how things are built; both the logic of physics that holds them together, and the inner content that is implied.

These are the elements that reveal identity and individuality. Both real and imagined .

My first consideration is scale, it is crucial to the sense of presence I’m after, it is the most important element of composition.

The process revealed at every stage of design is an important part of the finished work, showing the transition between formal and inner space.

Combining what is perfect with it’s particular idiosyncrasies; seen and imagined,takes an inner image into a visual language.