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My love for drawing and painting have coincided easily with photography helping me find more possibilities for subjects and meanings.

In the early 2000's, I began a series on skeletons for several reasons including the fact that bones are the foundation of the human figure.

 Also, skeletons were a topic I could not photograph.  Most of the color images on this page are about 8x10 inches and include oils, watercolors, etchings and lithographs. (see captions). The images with black backgrounds are done with white chalk on black paper. They are about 4 feet tall. The last images are two of numerous pencil studies celebrating the human figure.



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