Yesterday the Washington Post published "The most powerful art from the #BlackLivesMatter movement, three years in" by Victoria A. Fogg, a collection of artwork to commemorate the 3rd anniversary of the Black Lives Matter movement. I'm feeling honored to have had a drawing of mine included in the piece, and to be up there with some really amazing artists! Below are a couple of screenshots from the article:
Getting back into the swing of things after the holidays has proven rather difficult. Yesterday I escaped to the Met for some inspiration & people watching with my friend Audrey. I loved this girl's outfit - double pom pom hat! Oversized fluffy coat! Socks over tights! Yes! I haven't drawn with markers in a while, so it was a fun opportunity to play.
A few months ago I visited the Brooklyn Museum with my friend Audrey to do some drawing at the Killer Heels exhibit. At closing time I sat and drew some of the people leaving the museum while I waited for my ride. Here are a couple of shoe and people portraits!