Thursday, April 05, 2012

As noted in the last posting, this work was finished up around 11:15 last night. The image is a bit over 7" x 13" and as noted earlier, will be the second of four new works to head out to Arizona later in the month to Windrush Gallery for the premiere showing of my works there. As I've noted many times before, texture is one of the keys in defining my work in graphite and this work holds a lot of texture!

3 comments:

Laurene said...

It's so inspiring to see your work, Terry. This is another wonderful composition with terrific textures for the eye to explore.

Sérgio Marinho said...

Hi,

It´s so beautiful!
Watt paper you use and pencils to work in your drawings?

Thanks

Terry Miller said...

Hello Sergio,

I work on Bristol Board, the one that has the slight texture to it. I use a range of leads from 9H through 4B but the core of any work is done using mostly F, H, HB, 2H, 3H and 2B.