I love to draw in colored pencil! In the following galleries you’ll see some of my pencil drawings that are inspired by personalities. In my surreal colored pencil portraits I enjoy capturing the character of each person through expressive eyes. I often add a mythic landscape or symbols to create a story. I plan out my drawings around a specific color scheme, and know how it’s going to look like finished before I even begin drawing.
My colored pencil artwork has been featured in many publications, including several issues of Leisure Painter, Colored Pencil Student, Colored Pencil magazine, and Artists & Illustrators magazines, Women Artists 2004 and 2013 calendars, in two CP treasures books, Draw portraits in colored pencil book, Flowers in art, Strokes of Genius 8 & Strokes of Genius 9 art books, as well as in Dick Blick’s national ad campaigns.
To buy a colored pencil drawing:
If you’d like to buy any of these drawings, please email me for details. firstname.lastname@example.org .
9 x 12″ unframed, graphite drawing – $249-349+ Priority Mail shipping
9 x 12″ unframed, colored pencil drawing – $449-499 + shipping.
You will love how the colored pencil artwork looks up on your wall once it’s framed!
Payment is expected in full once I email you the bill via PayPal. The check out is secure and you can use the service with your major credit card even if you don’t have the paypal account.
I usually draw on colored paper using professional, lightfast colored pencils. In the following images you can see the drawing sequence. I always begin drawing in one dominant color, and then slowly add the additional colors one by one. This way I have a full control over my values and color.
If you are interested in step-by-step drawing tutorials, you can purchase them here.
My thoughts on the art of drawing: