I couldn’t resist. And I thought it might be interesting to be simultaneously teacher {or guide, as I think of it really} and student.

mark making and editing to Brahms Symphony Number One

mark making and editing to Brahms Symphony Number One

I’m not keeping up with every lesson but I’m sneaking in some play time here and there. These are some pieces I’ve done ~ mark making and editing to music, and using apps to manipulate images to use as painting references {or in this case a charcoal drawing}.

mark making and editing, second go

mark making and editing, second go; more depth and more considered

charcoal markmaking

charcoal mark making; this one was an interesting exercise in intuitive mark making. i was in a lot of turmoil that day but you can also see the smooth circle beyond the confusion, which i take to represent my ever growing sense of peace inside.

charcoal portrait from a photo of me i took last winter looking like an eskimo

charcoal portrait from a photo of me i took last winter looking like an eskimo

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