Category Archives: Sketches/drawings

A sketch drawing patiently waiting to become a painting…

It happens more often than not that, many of my drawings remain sketches waiting for the right time to mature into paintings. Such has been the case of this cactus drawing which I sketched on site four years ago while … Continue reading

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A Silent Retreat Where Muses Come to Dream…

Maintaining a sketch book offers great conceptual and technical support for a visual artist.  Many of the inspiring seeds planted on a sketch book such as intellectual and manual sketches may instantly or eventually blossom into formal works of art.  … Continue reading

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Starvation Peak & Glorieta Mesa, New Mexico…

As I drove for the first time on 25 N from Santa Fe to Las Vegas, New Mexico in December 2005, I had to stop my car by the road more than once to absorb the monumental natural beauty of … Continue reading

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Imprinting Memories through Sketching…Living life twice!

Pocket-size sketch books are my allies and inseparable companions in my journeys.  Their blank pages are always ready to absorb my linear, poetic and prosaic impressions of time and places I visit.  Sketch books, in conjunction with my photographic camera … Continue reading

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