New Drawing: Paul and the Kylix

I had hoped to post this sometime this past weekend. Unfortunately I didn’t get quite as much studio time last week as I would have liked.

Anyhow, here’s an image of my excellent good friend, Paul, holding a Greek Kylix. This one is a little more oblique, but after spending the last two weeks drawing what amounts to a young woman holding a living teddy bear and a portrait of Shirley Temple’s little sister I though this would be a good counter-point.

Paul with a Kylix

As usual, any feedback would be greatly appreciated. I’m not sure what my next project will be. I may start another drawing of Paul, something a little more traditional. Or perhaps I’ll get over the gear-intensive hump and break out the oil paints.

– Jeremy

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  1. Paul DeStefano


    Wow. That is excellent work. I am more and more impressed with each new piece. It’s an honor and a privilege to sit for you, Jeremy. Thank you.

    Your Friend,

  2. Rita and Nelson

    Wow! I am so impressed with your work Jeremy! I absolutely love the portrait of Julie in the hat with a favorite little friend. I showed everybody at school. And now, Paul, and amazing resemblance. He is a handsome guy that Paul. How long did he have to sit for that? Keep up the great work and I just ask that God would increase your ability and favor you with contacts for that just perfect art job. You deserve a chance!!!

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