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A Portrait of a Guitarist Done in Soft Pastels

By | 2018-04-20T21:33:10-05:00 April 21st, 2012|Lakewood, Illinois, Musicians, Pastels, Portraits|

The Guitarist The Guitarist, a portrait painted in Lakewood, Illinois. The Guitarist, 12×16, Soft Pastel on Board, 2/8/2012 I did a portrait of a woman wearing a sunhat and holding an acoustic guitar with a green and red background. Having a musical background myself, I very much enjoy doing portraits of musicians, and [...]

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An Oil Painting of a Woman and a Guitar

By | 2018-04-20T21:33:11-05:00 April 19th, 2012|Figure Studies, Musicians, Oil Painting, Palatine, Illinois, Uncategorized|

An Oil Painting Done in Palatine, Illinois Woman and Guitar, 11×14, Oil on panel, 3/10/2012 I painted a small oil painting on a wood panel depicting a reclined woman with a pierced nipple and an electric guitar in the background. The skin tones  have a very cool tone to them [...]

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The Classical Guitarist

By | 2018-04-20T21:33:11-05:00 April 2nd, 2012|Barrington, Illinois, Musicians, Pastels, Portraits, Uncategorized|

  The Classical Guitarist The Classical Guitarist, a portrait painted in Barrington, Illinois. The Classical Guitarist, 11×14, Oil Pastel on Board, 3/8/2012 This is a portrait of an old friend and former band-mate, Michael Herndon. He’s an extremely talented musician that I went to see at a Ambrosia’s bakery in Barrington, Illinois. [...]

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Portraits of Jazz

By | 2018-04-20T21:33:12-05:00 September 5th, 2011|Chicago, Illinois, Musicians, Oil Painting, Paintings, Portraits, Schaumburg, Illinois|

For my Father – Schaumburg, Illinois Oil painting of Miles Davis. Happy Birthday Dad! These two paintings were done for my old man who, along with my mother, I can thank for artistic inclinations. I remember my young days when my dad would sketch 18 wheeler trucks and WWII airplanes. [...]

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