St. Vladimir annual report Every year, St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary in Yonkers, New York creates a theme for their annual report. The theme for 2016 was interconnectivity, as represented by the phrase, ‘which came first, the chicken or the egg?’ Some of the questions that introduced the concept were: • How can you have […]
Maybe Marty Robbins? Maybe Lionel Richie? Whoever it is, it’s a pen and ink portrait done in a very loose style. It was quick and fun! These are the kinds of things found in my sketchbook, which these days is a constant companion.
The owner of Sweet On You chocolate shop asked me to be her featured artist for November’s First Thursday Artist Rush. She asked (and I agreed) in August. My plan was to do a set of six pencil drawings of truffles on plates. I did one drawing right away, then got very busy with client work, and didn’t start […]
See more of my Creative Sprint projects here. Last week I attended an AIGA talk by Noah Scalin at Wichita State University. He discussed his Skull-A-Day project from a few years ago, which he started out of frustration about losing his creative edge (here’s the skull he made with students from WSU). He and his sister […]