Drawings – 11

Here is another random selection of images taken from 50 years of journal/sketchbook entries.

One drawing is from 1966 when it was purchased by photographer Gordon Bennett right out of the Art Department hall display case at CSUSF for $10. This bunch also includes a few memories of Alabama Hills, CA along with some existential musings and one Administrator’s Ghost drawing from 1982 when I returned to teaching full-time after a five-year stretch as an administrator.

There is a total of 13 images in this gallery.

To enlarge the images and scroll through the gallery, click on any image. Large arrows will appear on the left and right sides of your screen. Pick a direction and click away. Dig around a bit deeper and you will see a place to click to see a full-size version of each image.

Many more galleries to come in the weeks ahead…

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About bobcomings

Visual artist working in wide variety of media and forms including painting, drawing , sculpture, digital drawing and painting, digital animation, and sound exploration for almost 60 years.
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6 Responses to Drawings – 11

  1. Fred Smith says:

    Hi Bob – I’ve been enjoying all your drawing postings. I don’t have wifi in my casita/studio and haven’t been inclined to do much emailing. Just know I’m loving your work. -Fred >

  2. bobcomings says:

    Thanks Fred! Hope your residency is going well. I look forward to seeing your work after you return.

  3. Hello Bob, great to catch up with you through time with your drawings…I love the strange animal, seems so present. You are creating a delicious legacy here…Best. Annie

  4. bobcomings says:

    Hey Annie,
    Thanks for visually dining. It helps to know that somebody sees this stuff.

  5. Henry Sultan says:

    The hits keep coming. I want to have a conversation with you. I will try to phone you tomorrow AM.HANK

    • bobcomings says:

      I look forward to your call. If I do not answer, it means I am meditating and I cannot hear the phone. Call back about 45 minutes later and I will have the phone back in the parlor with me.bob

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