Graphite on paper, 72” x 48”. Artist’s collection. The idea for this drawing was in part inspired by a selfie taken by my sister-in-law Susan Hughes. She took it while climbing Manchu Picchu. She passed a pyramid constructed of 2” x 2”s and roofing tin (used by American hippies as meditation huts. In the photo […]
Sumi ink on paper, 24” x 30”. Unknown location. One of many treepiles. I began doing these when I moved from DC (near Chinatown) to Berryville about 3/4 hrs outside of Washington. At that time our little town was too far away to serve as a commuter village because of the distance. They had begun […]
Graphite on paper, 30” x 42”. Collection of Jay & Sarah Piccone Nakashima Perhaps I was looking a lot at Picasso (which of course I always do). The head on the right comes from two of my favorite sources. Hitotsu/me/kozo (the one/eyed/boy with a hunchback) is often pictured sweeping the grounds of a Zen temple. […]
Graphite on paper, 40” x 30”. Unknown location. I’m not sure but this my be in The Yamanashi Museum of Art in Koch Japan. This was one of the many “scribble” drawings I did for my solo show there in 1988.