Drawn on location, these rapidly executed drawings capture a moment with the simplest of lines. “Often when I attend an event, I will take a small drawing pad and pen or pencil and ‘doodle’ my way through. My hand moves swiftly, recording what my eye sees and my heart feels, without taking time to analyze or critique.” Sometimes Marie works with the drawings further in the studio, adding a simple watercolor wash or re-drawing, distilling them to even simpler lines.
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pen & ink drawing of violinist Joshua Bell
pen & ink drawing of baseball player
Pen & ink and watercolor drawing of a favorite bluegrass band
Pen & ink with watercolor wash drawing of All American Bluegrass Girl Rhonda Vincent on the mandolin.
I remember the day (decades ago) when a newspaper review of my friend’s quilts described them as having brio. It seemed like such a wonderful word to describe something with such life. This violinist seems to have a lot of energy so I will dare to use this word to send him out into the … [View Details]
Cats are masters at hiding their emotions facially. Sure their tails may provide a clue, or an arched back, or a subtle sound. But how can you tell by looking at them when they are happy? Not so easy. This little gesture drawing of our little Nikki seems to hide what she might really be … [View Details]
Pen & ink with watercolor wash drawing of Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent
Pen & ink drawing of old time banjo picker, Carl Ross, of Thyme’s Past
A cat stares out a window and one has the audacity to interrupt her concentration. She turns and stares. This gesture drawing was done with ink and a fine brush, capturing that pregnant pause.