Artist's Drawing and Inspiration

The Brothers

Charcoal or pen and ink portraits probably work to my strengths, sometimes combining the two works well. My satisfaction with commissioned portraits is countered by the ‘will they like it?’ anxiety. In this case, the anxiety was heightened by the tight time frame and the fact that the three photos were each around 20 years apart. Two of the brothers were

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