Drawring (A.K.A. How to make a first grade art assignment into a final drawing exhibition for third year university)

The Rape of the Sabine Women (Pietro da Cortona), crayon over crayon.

The Massacre of the Innocents (Poussin), crayon over crayon

An interactive version (had a razor blade beside it for viewer additions)


drawing, week 1: fun-guy

Soon to come in a wide variety of colours, thanks to the magic of waterless lithography:


a vintage project and a lost project

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A completely recyclable dress. From 200...8? Materials: bubble wrap, string, electrical tape, numerous plastic bottles, paperclips, bottlecaps.  Along similar lines, last year I made a coat out of an emergency blanket, of which this is the only surviving photo:

It's definitely lost somewhere in the abysses of Ontario Hall.


drawing on stone

Just a little portrait I did for fun on a rainy night when avoiding the walk home from studio.  This was my crayon drawing on the limestone before I did the etch.  Never really got any good prints off it... during an attempt at regaining some of the lighter tones in the proofing stage it got ruined in a mishap with my prof and some tannic acid. It happens.