So Many Sketches, So Little Time


Just a quick post while I’m putting a couple of workshops together. This Thursday I’m giving a class at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, “Drawing the Worlds of the Past“. Lots of great skeleton mounts to sketch. It’s a dandy place to draw.


Pentaceratops at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History- the largest skull of any land animal ever found- certified by the Guinness Book of World Records!

Another dandy place to draw is Quartz Mountain, in western Oklahoma, a rugged and dramatic landscape. I’ll be teaching “Nature Journaling and Field Sketching” for the Oklahoma Arts Institute October 11-14. Lots to do between then and now.

In the meantime, more sketches!


Heliconia Patch


Crowned Woodnymph in a Heliconia Patch, snoozing. 


Chestnut backed Antbirds and a Panama tree squirrel.

3 thoughts on “So Many Sketches, So Little Time

  1. Deepa says:

    Can almost feel the furry tail….this must have been a testing one…have had tough times with the squirrels….frisky creatures…:)

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