Jabec’s Teddy Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Jabec's Teddy Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Jabec’s Teddy Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

I had to capture this little guy in creative-form, because it has great sentimental value to me. Years ago my late son used his very first pay from volunteer work he performed at school to get me a gift and that gift came in the form of this stuffed teddy he presented to me shortly before his untimely passing. I still have this teddy to this day. I cuddle with it at nights and when I am not sleeping it plays the role of decoration for my bed.

Each time I look at it, it reminds of the gentle soul who gave it to me. Adding the retro clock radio was only for composition purposes.

I created this chalk drawing on artist sketch paper and treated it with a layer of fixative to preserve it and keep it from smudging. RIP, Jabec.

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Mel Gibson Pen & Ink Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Mel Gibson Pen & Ink Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Mel Gibson Pen & Ink Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

This Mel Gibson Pen & Ink Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown drawing was my tribute to my favorite actor. The idea was to create his likeness using pen and ink hatch work and various lines. This was back in his “Leathal Weapon” days. You can tell by the hair. I had fun creating this one. For those of you who may not know who Mel Gibson (those living under a rock, perhaps?), the following is a brief history on him:

Mel Colm-Cille Gerard Gibson AO (born 3 January 1956) is an American actor, film director, producer and screenwriter. He was born in Peekskill, New York, moved with his parents to Sydney, Australia, when he was 12 years old, and later studied acting at the Australian National Institute of Dramatic Art. After appearing in the Mad Max and Lethal Weapon series, Gibson went on to direct and star in the Academy Award-winning Braveheart. In 2004, he directed and produced The Passion of the Christ, a film portraying the last hours in the life of Jesus. –Wikipedia
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Pouch Buckle Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Pouch Buckle Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Pouch Buckle Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Pouch Buckle Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown was an exercise in attention to details. The buckle itself is an ordinary object that most people don’t pay much attention to, which was the reason I created behind creating this drawing. I wanted to pay more than the usual amount of attention to the detailing of the treads that make up the strap as well as the surface of the buckle itself. The contrast between the rough texture of the strap and the smoothness of the buckle was what interested me in the subject. During the process, I learned that everything has form and text. I was left with an entirely new appreciation for pouch buckles.

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Lunch One Day Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Lunch One Day Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

Lunch One Day Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown

The subject of this drawing titled, “Lunch One Day”, was the brown paper bag. Not just any paper bag but a “crumpled” one–in this case, partially crumpled. Then the task was to capture in the drawing all the creases that made up the crumpled bag in addition to the other objects in the composition, i.e., the apple, jalapeño pepper and the egg. Along with the challenge of drawing the paper bag came the task and I might add, the unexpected difficultly of drawing the “oval” of the egg. Ovals are not as easy as they might seem to draw. In any case Lunch One Day Drawing by Artist Joan A Brown was a fun learning experience.

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