Thursday, July 8, 2010

line drawings


I have been meditating with my fine point drawing pen. This drawing is of a long-billed curlew. This image was used for an Audubon Society brochure.


On the way to the Heron Festival at Clear Lake this past spring, I came across a herd of about 100 tule elk. That was exhilarating. This is a quick sketch of two of them.

2 comments:

meyerprints said...

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Unknown said...

Rene, consider doing something with the Tule Elk that are natives of the Central Valley. I have seen them on Grizzly Island refuge in Suisun Bay. They are distinctively divergent from the Roosevelt Elk you have here.