The T-Shirt Design applied to some brightly colored orange-sherbert T-Shirts for the Iron Pour at Colorado Mesa University. This event was hosted by Art Department and featured 100% Freshly Poured Molten Metal. If you were really lucky, you got a free T-Shirt for participating.
A T-Shirt Design I created for an Iron Pour event the Colorado Mesa University Art Department is hosting tomorrow. The event is free. You can come and watch 100% Freshly Poured Molten Metal being cast from about 1:00pm to 5:00pm at the Delta field on campus in front of the Fine Art Building. If you are really lucky, you can get a free T-Shirt with this graphic on it.
The CMU Art Department is hosting an exhibit by a Denver-based artist, Paul Heaston, who records his surroundings through portraiture and sketches of the urban landscape. This is the postcard design I created for the exhibition on display now in the University Center Gallery at Colorado Mesa University.
Join us tomorrow night for an Artist's talk at 5:00pm followed by a closing reception until 8:00pm.
The image on the left is from the sketchbook page full of studies I posted a few days ago. The image on the right is an oil study from the same bagpipe player photo. I call him Zach. I think others do too.
This is another little study after one of my favorite artists, Kevin Weckbach. I like his title, untitled iiii because it makes me smile. I am having my students draw four pages of little compositional studies for homework this week. They think I am crazy. One of them said, "we are going to draw from old art?"
I love Kevin Weckbach's work, the sense of place and his still life paintings are my favorite. These are two little studies I did based on his work. The highway scenes by Weckbach and others fascinate me. I often wish I could take a picture of the road in front of me as I am driving. The shadows, shapes and colors in caught in a fleeting moment in time and then there are fish. I love them.
Here is an eclectic page of studies done
from a few of my favorite artists to watch on the web or in galleries. (Kevin
Weckbach, David Dibble and Carol Marine.) Then bear paw, little bear, little
man, coffee cup and bagpipe player are just sort of random sketches thrown in
because I like to draw stuff. They were done with pen and ink with watercolor.