Pamela Anderson artwork by a local artist
Portrait art work by a local artist
Snakes and loions and Lizards 'Oh My' ... art work by a local artist
Divers Helmet drawing art work by a local artist
Self Portrait, 6 yrs old, portrait #3 in the first ever list. Look at my beautiful Blue eyes! aaaaahhh.......just kidding.
Pam Anderson
This Portrait took  36 hrs! The 2nd one I had ever done!
was never  
I call him the
Gerber Baby
Someones Parents
My first color Portrait
ever done in Hard
Vinyl Berol pencil,
which is almost
impossible to  blend.
I now use the soft lead
Berol pencil and am
them look more like
photos but with hand
drawn portrait
This portrait of a
child is only #7
I sure wish I had
scanner that
would not pixel
He is a young skull who  has broken
free of his chains of the world, yet is
confused by the newness of his
freedom and surroundings, so he is
going around taking bites out of
things (Like a child puts things in
their mouth) to experience them for
the first time.
Addle Adolescence
Divers Helmet
The sun was
setting behind the building on
the right, yet the light ray angles
were not as they should be and
where there was blue sky there
was light streaks and vise versa,
I am still wondering what caused
the black shadowy streaks.
Where did they come from?
Drew this for the memory.
4th of July 2006
I am a self taught artist. These are my portraits

Practicing ink
smudge &
The Siberian Husky
Was my beloved pet.
Portrayal of a picture
The Little Red Bedtime Book .com
Artwork of Inspiring artists
my friend Beth
Keep going Beth!
Practice perfection
in all that we wish
to accomplish in
life and  in our life's
goals one step at a
Beth did
this  from a
Poratrait art work by a local artist
Below are some pictures I've been working on lately.
Sometimes when you first start drawing or painting something you don't
have a clue as to what it will be until you look at it and say,"Its done".
PO BOX 1744

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This portrait/Drawing
of a Divers helmet, is
from a picture. It is still
unfinished as you can
see at the bottom.
I took this to a art
gallery and an art
critic of renown went
goo-goo over the
detail and 3D effects. I
will do a contrasting
back ground on this
as well.
Again my copy
machine does not
capture the intense
detail that I like my
images to reflect.
Showed this Portrait  to a lady who
happened to be dentist....Her
comment was wow!
You even can see his
gingivitis!". >_<!
Some artists believe drawing or sketching  "A likeness" is good enough. I do not.
I believe taking the extra time to draw a portrait as close to picture perfect as I can to the original photograph.
Details are an essential part of a person.
It is what makes each of us "Unique". I also like to incorporate as much of a 3D affect as possible. If your portrait
blends in with the background it will look flat, like something done in high school. In this portrait I should do a
conflicting colored background to give it a 3D effect separating image from the background.
art work
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