Series 8. A Bestiary.

 

“Even though white is often associated with things, that are pleasant and pure, there is a peculiar emptiness about the color white. It is the emptiness of the white that is more disturbing, than even the bloodiness of red.” 


Herman Melville, Moby-Dick; or, The Whale

Schirpperke 1
Schirpperke 1

Graphite on vellum. 6" x 6"

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Schirpperke 2
Schirpperke 2

Graphite on vellum. 6" x 6"

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The Lie
The Lie

Graphite on paper. 71/2" x 51/4"

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Texas 2
Texas 2

Graphite on vellum. 4" x 6"

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Texas 4
Texas 4

Graphite on vellum. 6" x 16"

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Texas 3
Texas 3

Graphite on vellum. 5" x 6"

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Hollow Horse 6
Hollow Horse 6

Graphite on paper. 6" x 9"

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Hollow Horse 1
Hollow Horse 1

Graphite on paper. 51/4" x 71/2"

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Hollow Horse 2
Hollow Horse 2

Graphite on paper. 51/4" x 71/2"

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Hollow Horse 3
Hollow Horse 3

Graphite on paper. 51/4" x 71/2"

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Hollow Horse 5
Hollow Horse 5

Graphite on paper. 10" x 10"

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Battlebag 1
Battlebag 1

Graphite on paper. 51/4" x 71/2"

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Untitled
Untitled

Oil on vellum. 20" x 8"

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Seahorse
Seahorse

Oil on canvas. 6" x 8"

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8 Rabbits
8 Rabbits

Pen and ink on vellum. 8" x 11"

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