This is one of those Saturdays when one perfect sketch will do. This is by Vorona Nanetta who draws as a hobby and is “teaching myself,” as she says on her Instagram, here.
What better way to look back to the Victorian era that we’re (still, inexplicably) celebrating this weekend (Victoria Day**) than to focus on these historic scenes by artist William Hind.
The Ontario College of Art and Design has been producing great artists since 1876, and each year showcases the works of its graduates. It’s no surprise that Andrew Watch and six other OCAD U students have been selected to display their works at New York’s Museum of American […]
Here’s another run of work by Polish artist Gosia Herba, this time from her irresistible sketchbooks.
John Hendrix is a renowned illustrator with a portfolio full of major projects, but his personal sketchbooks are worth a featured look. This sketch (you know – seraphim, the highest order of angels) was irresistible at this time of year.