Wolf Study, (1991)
Signed and Numbered Limited Edition of 950, Offset on Paper
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Image Size 13½” x 10′
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Located in Duxbury MA
As a child, I used to draw a lot. Back then, my favorite medium was pencil, and it is a medium that I have retained and still enjoy using.
Between paintings, I often do pencil drawings, mostly with the intention of only doing sketches as a way to put down my ideas for paintings on paper. My character, however, doesn’t allow me to stop with a sketch; I go ahead until it becomes a finished pencil drawing. This is the only way I can be happy with the result.
This standing wolf will probably appear in one of my future paintings, in the company of some pack members. Creating a painting can be a long process, and these pencil drawings are sometimes the basis for a new painting.
For me, the black and white medium is a nice alternative to working with color. I find it most enjoyable creating volumes, forms and textures with these two values.