Each installment of “Patterns” consists of a group of 20 pieces created from either water color or pencil drawings. For archiving purposes, it’s manageable. And I do love organizing. For blogging purposes, it’s reasonable. For purchasing, it really doesn’t matter. I suppose it’s practical for reference but as much as I appreciate the type treatment here, I prefer framing up these pieces without the title. So far they are looking lovely in my new PB frames. I’ve already started Vol. V which consists of 2 new watercolor patterns. I’ll be sure to share them when Vol.V is 10-prints finished.
I started my pattern series in 2010 and have since added new designs and reorganized the naming conventions of my files. I can always remember the year that I created something and usually the music that I was listening to as … Continue reading →
That’s my way of starting the day off right, even without a drop of coffee. Here are the remainder of color pencil vector illustrations. The water color series will be next….I think. Again, the no coffee part. Have a great … Continue reading →
This is the first of the color pencil illustrations that have been converted to vector art. Most are individual plates, and some are patterned just for fun. If you’re not familiar with vector art, it’s basically a format in which … Continue reading →