Honda Prelude | Drawing / Painting of a Car

This is a 9″x12″ drawing / painting of a Honda Prelude. The artwork was drawn with colored pencils, pens, markers, oil pastels, and painted with watercolors and acrylic paint. The white car with a black interior pops from a muted blue and orange background with expressive lines.

Honda Prelude Drawing / Painting of a Car
Honda Prelude
9″x12″

Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 1 of 3

The following abstract portraits and faces are part of a series of artworks, consisting of drawings and paintings from 2009. I experienced an extended period of personal sadness and frustration, with art as my outlet. The abstract art was created with a variety of mediums, including pens, ink, paint pens, acrylics, watercolors, markers, oil pastels, and colored pencils. Paper sizes, shapes, and weights vary from artwork to artwork, but the theme of “faces” is consistent.

Albeit these expressions are of my discomfort, I drew strength from many places, including valued attention and support from individuals online around the world.

Thank you for your validation and encouragement of my work, kind comments, and for sharing your inspiring art. I appreciate all that you have provided, I wish for you the best that life has to offer, and good luck with your artistic pursuits!

Also available for viewing:
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 2 of 3
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 3 of 3

Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 1 of 3

Purple 1 - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Purple 1
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
9″x12″

Future - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Future
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
11″x14″

Pink - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Pink
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
8″x13″

Void - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Void
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
11″x14″

Fear - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Fear
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
11″x14″

Sun - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Sun
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
11″x14″

Hair 1 - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Hair 1
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
12″x9″

Black White and Blue - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Black White and Blue
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
11″x14″

Also available for viewing:
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 2 of 3
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 3 of 3

Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 2 of 3

The following abstract portraits and faces are part of a series of artworks, consisting of drawings and paintings from a time of personal sadness and frustration in 2009. Mediums used include pens, ink, paint pens, acrylics, watercolors, markers, oil pastels, colored pencils, and a variety of paper sizes, weights, and shapes.

Also available for viewing:
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 1 of 3
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 3 of 3

Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 2 of 3

Heat - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Heat
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
14″x11″

Organism - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Organism
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
11″x14″

Breath - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Breath
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
14″x22″

Purple 2 - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Purple 2
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
8″x13″

Green 1 - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Green 1
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
11″x14″

Yellow - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Yellow
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
14″x20″

Dud - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Dud
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
11″x14″

Fly - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Fly
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
9″x12″

Also available for viewing:
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 1 of 3
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 3 of 3

Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 3 of 3

The following abstract portraits and faces are part of a series of artworks, consisting of drawings and paintings from a time of personal sadness and frustration in 2009. Mediums used include pens, ink, paint pens, acrylics, watercolors, markers, oil pastels, colored pencils, and a variety of paper sizes, weights, and shapes.

This is last part of a series of artworks, consisting of drawings and paintings depicting abstract portraits and faces from a time of personal sadness and frustration in 2009. A variety of mediums used to create the abstract art include pens, ink, paint pens, acrylic, watercolors, markers, oil pastels, colored pencils, and various paper sizes, shapes, and weights. Thank you for viewing the series of abstract artworks.

Also available for viewing:
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 1 of 3
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 2 of 3

Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 3 of 3

Hide - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Hide
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
11″x14″

Hair 2 - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Hair 2
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
20″x14″

Camouflage - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Camouflage
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
9″x12″

Angrierierier - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Angrierierier
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
14″x20″

Gaunt - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Gaunt
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
8″x13″

Poker - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Poker
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
14″x20″

Thorns - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Thorns
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
14″x22″

Pillow - Abstract Portraits and Faces - Sadness and Frustration Series
Pillow
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series
8″x13″

Also available for viewing:
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 1 of 3
Abstract Portraits and Faces – Sadness and Frustration Series – Part 2 of 3

Portrait Drawing of a Woman’s Face

Portrait Drawing of a Woman’s Face is an 8.5″ x 11″ artwork, drawn and painted on paper with watercolors, oil pastels, pens, acrylic paint, markers, and paint pens over an inkjet print. A variety of colors and mixed media techniques were used to create the impressionistic portrait drawing of the woman.

Portrait Drawing of a Woman's Face

Monk | Drawing of a Monk

Monk is a 4″ x 6″ drawing of a monk with pens, oil pastels, watercolors, and acrylic paint over an inkjet print. Adjustments in value, color, contrast, and composition were used to alter the mood of the final portrait of a monk.

Monk | Drawing of a Monk

Girl | Drawing of a Girl’s Face

Girl is a 14″ x 11″ drawing of a girl’s face with colored pencils, oil pastels, watercolors, and acrylic paint over an inkjet print. Subtle adjustments in value, color, contrast, and composition were used to alter the mood of the final portrait of a girl.

Girl | Drawing of a Girl's Face