I’m combining my “Art” and “Gallery” pages into one page, “Art Gallery.” This has bothered me for quite some time, looking at it up there. Now that I’m getting it organized, I can do all the way-cool stuff with these pages that I’ve been meaning to.
Watch this space! —> X
Done watching? Okay. Now how about browsing through the pages of my ART GALLERY? Grab a latte, here we go. (Yes, you’re allowed to bring drinks in here, you’re just not allowed to spill them.)
Gallery of Castles ~~~ Castles are some of my favorite subjects—both real and ones in my imagination. I invite you to visit this gallery and take a tour through the castles of the realm…
Gallery of Fantasy ~~~ From classic fairy tales to thrilling adventure scenarios, with a touch of Renaissance fashions and a population of mystical beings, the realm of fantasy awaits.
Gallery of Fairies ~~~ Did you ever wonder what the world would look like if you were merely a couple inches high? Or try to figure out how one would sleep on their back if they had delicate wings? Can one apple feed a village for a month? How, precisely, should you draw light and shade on a figure study when the figure glows from within? These are the questions that keep my days occupied. Art allows me to visit a world with no boundaries and explore it to my heart’s content.
Gallery of Mermaids ~~~ Long before Walt Disney Pictures popularized the world under the sea (um, wait a minute, maybe not THAT long before) my childhood was filled with a fascination for mermaids. I think it’s the beauty of ocean life; or the fantasy of having the freedom to explore the mysteries of the sea, uninhibited. Plus, I have to admit…I really, really liked drawing green hair.
Gallery Victoriana ~~~ I love—really, I mean this—I love Victoriana. I love the era, the fashions, the fascination of the industrial revolution compared with elegant customs of the time. I love the art of the period, bold linework accented by soft washes in an illustrative style. This is my version of a time long past.
On the Drawing Board ~~~ I am, first and foremost, a sketcher. I love pencil work, and I love to draw. Plus, I love to take archaeological expeditions into how a piece was made. So I invite you to stop in this gallery and do the same.