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Saturday, September 14, 2013

Suspending Drawing Critters For A Sec


Along with my freaking talented pals Francisco Herrera, Flaviano Armentaro and Pascal Campion, I'm part of the knock-out book project Masters of Anatomy, curated by the great Suny Mann.


Well, truth be told, I don't feel like a master and don't anticipate ever feeling like one, but I'm very happy to be part of this very group of artists and look forward to suspending drawing looney critters for a sec and get some classical poses done!

That reminds me, by the way, of art school, life drawing classes, tuna sandwiches and trent park campus... good times ;-)

2 comments:

  1. What a great concept. Look forward to seeing it become a reality. Would be a fun project to be part of- congrats!

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