Collage Sketchbook: Page 15

Collage Sketchbook: Page 15

This was actually one of the very first drawings in the book. I believe it was drawn on a random sheet of paper at a bar I used to frequent in Manhattan. It’s a neat little karaoke bar called Iggy’s. I spent more time there then I should have, honestly. I...
Collage Sketchbook: Page 14

Collage Sketchbook: Page 14

I mentioned before some of the pages in this book are topical. I create them as I am inspired. Often, more often now than before, I am inspired by current events. Inspiration can come from all emotions. This one came from sadness, worry and horror. This page was...
Collage Sketchbook: Page 13

Collage Sketchbook: Page 13

This one has a sweet story. Every year for our anniversary I make a clay heart (pictured below). All year we fill it with little pieces of paper that we scribbled reasons we love each other, love notes, and memories. On our anniversary, before I present John Jack with...
Collage Sketchbook: Page 12

Collage Sketchbook: Page 12

The Women’s March. I’ve done a post on the Women’s March already, which you can find here. John Jack and I attended the march in Nola, and I am currently helping organize a Science march in Baton Rouge. This page was inspired by the signs I saw at...
Collage Sketchbook: Page 11

Collage Sketchbook: Page 11

“Her name is Cherry. We just met, and already she knows me better than you.” That is the opening line from one of my favorite Amy Winehouse songs, and the inspiration for this drawing. The middle piece is a colored pencil drawing of a guitar, Amy is also...

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