I could probably finish this tomorrow. I’m looking at a book called “Drawings of the Masters: American Drawings” which is part of a series of books on drawing that I found at a library booksale. Thinking hard about what drawing means to me and what place it has in my work. There are drawings that I admire but have no desire to emulate, yet I have always wanted a certain ease of rendering that which is seen whether it is a building, a tree, or a musician. I have an idea to do some charcoal drawings of figures doing yoga poses on good paper. I need to work on getting some pictures- or using what I have. Hmm.. I could at least email a few yogis I know.
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Deborah Santoro is an artist who runs a contemporary art gallery. She is a wife and mother of three who loves to walk in the woods and practice yoga. Deborah was not politically active before the Women’s March of 2017 and so some of the mess we find ourselves in is her fault and she is doing her best to vindicate that by helping to organize an Indivisible group in her home town with a group of like minded people. #resist View all posts by artem6