Form: Assumptions and Truths

Form: Assumptions and Truths is a new book by Thomas Bosket about the depiction of three dimensional form through drawing. The book is a meditation; full of inspiration for artists, historians and those that appreciate form in all it’s forms. The soft cover book is 106 full color pages. The 4 “booklets” fold out and have a poster of each aspect of form on the opposite side….they are meant to be carried in your pocket to some field. The book is $36 and the booklets are $16 (plus shipping). Share →... Read The Rest →

Teaching Drawing: How we See, Think and Feel

We are seeking schools and community organization that would like to team up with us for some quick and incredibly rewarding educational, drawing explorations. I am an Assistant Professor at Parsons the New School, teaching a class called: Explorations in Drawing. I would love for my students to have the opportunity to share what they have learned with others. My hope is that we can work together to accomplish this goal. I have 16 students who can work with a variety of your faculty, so there’s room for curricular integration... Read The Rest →

Exciting title eh?! It’s the only way I can keep track with the ADHD. Date.Time.Sketchbook. So, plain and simple, this post includes the drawing and two phases of a new piece….hopefully I will finish this after this weekend. Family coming, Jim in a play and me in NYC at times- working/graduating students. Share → Tweet

Electric Tree

This one has given me a great deal to fight. Have been thinking about Territories. Places we call our own. The tree drawing came from a Holotropic breath work session- healing yes, and better than any drug. I was there to learn about Tetni (sp?)- hand cramps I get when doing breathing exercises, singing or receiving intense massage. They taught me about it, but an octopus engulfed my head! I think a tree has those same tentacles and if you imagine being above (or below) it you could easily get... Read The Rest →

William Kentridge

Drawing: Check out the ode to Georges Méliès room. Go to the MAGIC and see “Taking a line for a walk”! Share → Tweet