DRAWINGS

Hand on Hip, chalk pastel on acid-free paper
Woman in Mauve, watercolor markers on index card
Defiance, watercolor markers and chalk pastels on acid-free paper   k pastel
Voluptuosity I, pencil and chalk pastel on acid-free paper
Joe's Bended Knee, chalk pastel on acid-free paper
Voluptuosity II, chalk pastel on acid-free paper
Seated Man II, ink monoprint on paper
Erasure I, pastel on acid-free paper
Erasure II, pastel on acid-free paper
Reclining Nude, pastel on acid-free paper
A Quick Joe, chalk pastel on acid-free paper
Woman, pencil and chalk pastel on acid-free paper
Erasure III, pastel on acid-free paper
Seated Man I, ink monoprint on acid-free paper
For Kuluberhan, pastel on acid-free paper3.jpeg
Quick Torso, watercolor markers on acid-free paper
Reclining Woman, chalk pastel on paper
Kibbutz Keturah Panic, pastel on acid-free paper
Not Feeling All That Pretty, pencil on acid-free paper
Wishing for Sophia Loren's Cheekbones, conte crayon on acid-free paper
Self-Portrait in the Age of Covid-19, pencil on index card

Essentially, I have been drawing all my life.  I could not wait to get to art school so that I could 'learn' how to draw.  I was not exactly dismissing the drawing that I did on my own, but I assumed art school would bestow upon me some kind of magic formula that would otherwise have eluded me.  What I came to understand is that the more you draw, the more clearly and deeply you will see.  It does not even matter what you draw, really, as long as you practice doing it - and it is not your hands that are the important tools, it is your eyes.