Exercise at CoRK.
Drawing session in an old building from the 1920’s that’s been converted into studios in Jacksonville FL.
It’s right up against an old rail line and I kept imagining that bootleggers probably used this space for transport during prohibition.
Maybe we should do a themed drawing session there with a speakeasy.
18×24 graphite on newsprint
I love my little studio. It’s just a bedroom in my house with a 10’ceiling, 2 windows facing north and east and a long unobstructed 16′ wall which I hung a ledge with a 4×8 piece of sheetrock at a slight angle. Under the ledge is a 54″ wide roll of canvas hung like a paper towel roll that I can just cut to length and tack to the sheetrock. I can make the stretcher bars later. No storage issues and no easels. My stereo, books, this computer and a nice heavy old maple workbench with a vise. Heart pine wood floors and a couch that’s too small to nap on.