Wednesday, January 9, 2019

January Art Update


January 2019

Skyscrapers, helmeted stand sentinel amid the obscuring
 fumes of coal and coke.

Raised by enchantment out of
 the sand and bog.

This skyline, the Sierras of the lake.

Edgar Lee Masters    Spoon River Anthology






The Wilmette Public Library has my etching aquatint 

                          "Riverside   Chicago" 

                       on display until March 8 

         as a part of the Art of Local Artists exhibit.



plate 157  Aquatint Etching with hand coloring  14 x 11.75 inches on Somerset White





My newest etchings include three variations of "Streeterville Chicago from Navy Pier"


and two views of Chicago from the lake at Monroe Harbor.

Plate 149      6 x 7.75 inches on Somerset White

        

Plate 149     6 x 7.75 inches on Somerset White with hand coloring


Plate 149   6 x 7.75 inches on BFK with chine colle



Etchings of the Chicago Skyline from Monroe Harbor with a view of Navy Pier.


Plate 166    3 x 8 inches on Somerset with hand coloring






Plate 164    4.5 x 4.5 inches on Somerset with chine colle and hand coloring









Plate 164   Etching Aquatint   4.5 x 4.5 inches with watercolor on Tan  BFK paper




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