Looking at the Light is one of my few charcoal drawings that depicts a clothed model.  Artists spend many hours drawing nudes to learn anatomy and to celebrate the beauty of the human form.  Sometimes we like to dress up the model.  I especially like nineteenth century clothing and I think this drawing is a good example of the beautiful flowing motion in this type of costume.

Looking at the Light

  • Looking at the Light is a 18" x 24" charcoal drawing on paper in a white mat.

    The patron can have it professionally framed to suit individual taste.