This is a one hour study done at a near by Sacramento figure drawing studio. This piece has been sitting on the drawing bored by my easel and paint has been splashed on it. It adds a character and here it is a 18x24 charcoal drawing on charcoal paper.
Wow! Out with winter and in with spring,and in essence it's time to thaw out of hibernation ... .
Maybe you have been wondering what I have been up to, not hibernating, that's for sure? Then you can follow me on FB or which ever social outlet you prefer... . check my homepage for the link.
Meanwhile here's a small piece I did two weeks ago- This bridge is called Mt.Quarry Bridge AKA No Hands Bridge in Auburn,Ca.
Overall this was a quick study and fun learning experience.
No Hands Bridge_2012
A new day,so may live a new and true to thyself.
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When cameras and video are not allowed at your local concert or venue of choice, one may draw or sketch the activity freely. Happy Sketching everybody!
So lately, I've been painting up a storm and sketching out new ideas for future work. However, as part of the creative process it is important to have a comfortable studio. As i mentioned before, my studio is undergoing clean-up, "Out with old and in with the new". A recent addition is a nice H-frame studio easel.
I also been brushing up on landscape painting, portrait,and show work, so as you may imagine I've been very busy, not to mention I am fighting this awful cold (blah :/ ). Best wishes everyone and stay well. I'm posting this small tidbit from my studio clean-up. This piece is a charcoal on toned paper, and I will keep this in the archive :) .
2011-Charcoal on toned paper.
Today marks Michelangelo's 537th birthday, and he once said- I hope that I may always desire more than I can accomplish. Century’s later Michelangelo's desire to accomplish more has been proven by his life long works and dedication to his art and willingness to accomplish more. This is a spirit of a true artist. An artist who does not rest on his laurels, and is eager to improve despite his social status or superfluity in his field of expertise.
Michelangelo's work spanned from drawing, painting, sculpting, and architecture. Each discipline building on one another, and if someone asked today- what do you do? Michelangelo would reply- I'm a sculptor. Linked below is a short documentary of the artist Michelangelo. Plus I added a list of resources for your enjoyment. My favorite book is The Agony and the Ecstasy- A Biographical Novel. Enjoy!
Someone forgot the toast!
I have posted some of my original art work for sale via an on line gallery, so check it out and see what you're missing- purchase, and own exclusive Moysays paintings . Cheers! Click here to visit the gallery. Or click on the painting below titled- Someone Forgot the Toast.
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