2018: A Year of Art

I’ve been experimenting with assorted materials that have been sitting in my closet, some of which go back to my RISD days. The price for 25 sticks of Winsor Charcoal was $2.75 at Pearl Paint! Here’s a sampling of the resulting work. I’m wondering if my anxiety about the current state of the country and world is reflected in the drawings (most recent first).

Abstract, string colorAbstract, Mixed MediaAbstract, watercolor

My photos seem a bit calmer, no?

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8 thoughts on “2018: A Year of Art”

  1. Great to see your new work, Emily. I love your eye, and your creativity. Happy new year!

  2. Emily, thanks for sharing these works, and happy New Year!
    The “ice” photo is my favorite.
    Be well,
    Ellen

    1. Thanks, Ellen. Somewhere in Newton, the “ice” photo is on a banner. Wishing you a good 2019.

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