Tagged: Pitt Artist Pens

The Henry

Yup! That’s him. Grandson of the original owner of Meininger Art Supply in Denver. Henry Meininger captured with Pitt Artist Brush Pens on Strathmore toned paper in the nerve center.

Torso

Visited the University of Kansas to meet with several classes. The above drawing was of a clay figure bu Jon Swindell’s modeled after the Belvedere Torso. Pitt Artist Brush Pens in a Strathmore sketchbook.

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Above, just forking around on a demo drawing.

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Though my lodging accommodations in Cedar Falls may have lacked grace and refinement, downtown had plenty of charm. As I enjoyed a hot chocolate and baked goods made on the premises at Cup of Joe, I took much delight in the stylish quartet in the balcony. Pitt pens on Strathmore and three different whites, a Pitt Big Brush White, a white grease pencil, and an Uni Ball Signo.

Cali Zephyr

Passengers on the Fall Trek. Above, a very nice gentleman gets his first look at the Rockies.

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Amtrak, Metra, CTA, Megabus, Trailways, Uber….as long as my hands aren’t glued to a steering wheel, I’ll make my way around the country and fill my sketchbooks. Fountain pens, juiced up with Platinum Carbon, Pitt Artist Pens, grease pencils, aka the white China markers, ballpoint, the rare color pencil, gel pens, whatever, in ledger books, watercolor pads, Stillman & Birn, Strathmore, Clairefontaine, Tomoe River Paper and then some. Drawing from life, from nudes, landscapes, urban environments, transit passengers, dead animals, cemeteries, laundromats, drawing out of my head and out of my mind….just answering the calling and feeding the obsession.

Bull capital

Still obsessing about the Nebraska State Capitol and richly decorated interior with architectural and decorative references to Byzantine forms, Attic figures, and the Persepolis double bull capitals. Pitt Artist Brush Pens in Stratmore toned sketchbook.

Nebraska Addendum

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