A Second Discussion Upon 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,” after I shared it through the memories feature…

(first discussion took place here)

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!

Anke M.: That is stunning! Have you ever had a show Rayn? Obviously you are a serious multifaceted artist: music, painting, etc. I am in awe.

Rayn: Thank you, kindly, Anke. 🙂 The only shows I’ve participated in are the occasional live Hip-Hop and poetry ones, almost exclusively upon request.

Sara: I always loved this piece! Great job!

Arielle K.: You guys are really amazingly talented

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