While I am preparing for my Exhibit at Wilson College and getting ready for school to start (this is the second year of my Artist Residency at James Buchanan HS) I thought that I would post some drawings that I did last year while teaching drawing to my incredibly talented students.
Zoe is modeling for us at the portrait that I am teaching at the Council for the Arts in Chambersburg, PA. I wish that I could have spent more time on this, but those pesky students kept asking questions.
This is a painting of the Tuscarora Mountains near Fort Loudon, PA. It is the view from the parking lot at James Buchanan High School, where I am the Resident Artist. This is a timely painting since I start back to school in one week. God, help me.
This is a scene that I passed twice a day for an entire school year. Of course when I actually decided to paint it, I had to make a special trip to photograph it (yes, sometimes I use photographs). Time management, not my specialty.
2012, Oil on Canvas, 38"x 46" The Bogigian Gallery is open from 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. Admission is free. For additional information or for an appointment contact Philip Lindsey at 717-264-4141 ext. 3305, or firstname.lastname@example.org