Discussing My Still Life Drawing, Using Black Charcoal

The following correspondence originally took place on my Facebook wall, upon my artwork, “Still Life Drawing, Using Black Charcoal Sticks“…

Rayn: Created in Spring 2000 for art class at Stony Brook University.

The assignment was to create a still-life illustration, based on an arrangement of objects placed in the center of the room, using black charcoal sticks on grey 18×24 paper.

(Artwork by Rayn, and originally located here)

Sara: Amazing how you captured the shading so well, the Kleipe’s always had a knack for drawing exactly what we see in front of us!

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