Friday with 58,900 notes / reblog
Is that photoshopped?
What sorcery is this
Monday with 104 notes / reblog
duttonart:

My first Google Doodle after two months on the disabled list due to a broken neck. This is for Olga Ferri, a famous Argentinian ballet dancer, often considered to be one of the best Giselles to perform that role.
I saw Giselle many years ago, and remember being struck by the second act – how the main character, in her second life, danced all night to distract and save the man who broke her heart (which ending up causing her death, mind you). In some ways, the movement is about second chances, and in many ways, that’s why I wanted to work on this illustration.
Monday with 123 notes / reblog
duttonart:

This year’s Google Doodle for Veterans Day takes place within a small town parade. While a variety of townsfolk participate in the festivities, I chose to focus on a single float featuring several generations of veterans (along with one proud grandson).
Sunday with 13 notes / reblog
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Light Like Fire
Medium: Pastel on Paper
Size: 3”x4”
Location: Indian Valley Open Space
It was a hot one this weekend. We went north to Novato to a small park filled with a forest of California Bay trees. We sat down at the edge of the forest to do some drawing and the light on the golden trash glowed like fire.
Sunday with 13 notes / reblog
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Fog and Sunlight
Medium: Pastel on Paper
Location: Marin Headlands
Size: 3 x 3.5”
It was hot all over California this weekend, but on the Marin Headlands the fog rushed in and then receded, like slow waves in a giant tide pool.