Category Archives: Graphite Drawing

Trail of Tears

Having been raised in New Mexico, Southwest Art, Indians, cowboys, ranches, cattle and etc., are common themes when it pertains to art. As I mentioned in my previous blog post, I recently awakened (precisely at 3:00 a.m.) one morning with … Continue reading

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Using Tonal Value in Graphite Drawings and Sketches

I’ve always been concerned about mastering tone when it came to graphite sketches and drawings. I have to constantly keep in mind the distinction between the “form” and the “field”. The “form” is the object, and the “field” is the … Continue reading

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Art Questions Answered By Artist Brothers, Lynn and R.D. Burton

A member of our staff at Art Center Information caught up with artist brothers, Lynn and R.D.Burton, yesterday, and they were kind enough to answer a few questions that some of our readers have asked. Art Center Information: What tips … Continue reading

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