Wednesday, September 5, 2012

A sketch portrait of one of my College for Creative Studies Students. In 2000 I organized a trip to the Brandywine Valley, Pa. where there is what I consider to be the Mecca of Illustration- the Brandywine River Museum- which holds a fantastic collection of dozens of America's most note worthy illustrators from the 19th and 20th century. We rented a bus and about 30 students and teachers trucked it all the way from Detroit to Brandywine, about a 9 hour sojourn.  I had a great time. I think they did too.  This is one of the drawings I did during the ride. Can't remember the students name. We were drawing each other. When he looked up I looked down to draw and vice versa. A good exercise in patience. Pencil, 2000.

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