New York Big Sketches: August 2006

The following images were made in a larger spiral bound notebook in August 2006. Some of these were posted on my blog, but many more were unposted, in my computer files. While I have the leisure time this summer, I am reorganizing my files and updated my blog, post-by-post. Remember, I first started this in 2005 with little-to-no knowledge of websites or domain names or hosting services. So come with me on a journey to the past...six years ago this month. I was new to New York, excited, scared and taking it all in through my pen and notebook. At home, I pasted bits of found paper and used a printer/scanner/copier machine to layer drawings and photos taken on long, circuitous walks. All this was before I began my program at the New York Studio School. Who would guess that the mixed media work would play a large role in my MFA Thesis show? I hope you enjoy these works. I sure do.
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I brought this notebook with me to the Museum of Modern Art and the International Center of Photography. The final image combines a portrait of my friend Metta with notes on "Black Angel," Nouritza Matossian's biography of Arshile Gorky.

Each image is 11" x 8.5" 
pen and mixed media collage on spiral-bound notebook paper
New York City, August 2006

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TeaNY


Cezanne Bather





Dache



Matisse Model


Picasso Nudes


 Young Gorky and His Mother








Matisse Dancers



Atta Kim 



Bridge


WeeGee 



Manuog

 
Matisse Transcription



Abyss and Bodies


Bassman and NY-->Boston


Figure Study at the Met and Bruce

Quale'?


Cars and Gumhead


Deli

Depressed?


TimeOut



DiSuvero


Egypt


 Flus


Stanton




Face


Free


From Kat


Siges




Happy



John Walker


5xNice


Kunstverein and Kat


Sotheby's


Junior Miss



Lee Ji-hyun


Lerie


McEneaney and Figure Study at the Met


Me


Figure Study at the Met and Pageant


Figure Study at the Met and Junior Miss II



Rhine Beer


Tektur

 
Think



Shut Up and Eat It!


Was Wird



Self Portrait and Figure Study at the Met
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