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Pastel and Crayon Illustrations by Cork Freelance Artist

When i was five or six i drew a picture of a balloon salesman holding aloft in his left hand 8 brightly colored balloons. Beside him, on his right was a shopping cart filled with more to sell Somehow these ones did not float like the ones he had in is left hand. Early on i was interested in prtraying what my mind sees . I am based in Cork Ireland as a freelance artist. Feel free to contact me if you are a looking for someone to illustrate that novel, new album T-Shirt or use nice images on your website


original drawing using pastels by cork artist, web site designer and developer

Pastel and Crayon Illustration


Monte Treno - Liguria

original drawing using water color pencils by cork artist, web site designer and developer

water color pencil 8x12

I wanted to try and capture the essenc of the texture of hills using water color pencil and heavy application to embed texture onto the paper

CN Tower

original drawing using pastels by cork artist, web site designer and developer

Detail from a larger image at 645 king st w

I was spotted at Thompson park while on lunch break drawing with pastels when a property owner asked me to draw his building at night. this is a cropped area of that drawing. it was done on paper i painted with acrylics then over laid oil pastels on the pre prepared sheet. This is a detail from that image, that on it's own holds interest

645 King St west

original drawing using pastels by cork artist, web site designer and developer

645 King St west - full

I was spotted at Thompson park while on lunch break drawing with pastels when a property owner asked me to draw his building at night.  It was done on paper that i painted with acrylics then over laid oil pastels on the pre prepared sheet.

Rosanno-detail 3

original drawing using pencil crayon by cork artist, web site designer and developer

Detail from Illustration rosanno

Pencil crayon on paper. This is a study in illustrative style of the mountain top town of Rosanno in Calabria.

Rosanno-detail 1

original drawing using pencil crayon by cork artist, web site designer and developer

Detail from Illustration rosanno

Detail from the Illustration Rosanno. Pencil crayon on paper. This is a study in illustrative style of the mountain top town of Rosanno in Calabria.

Rosanno-detail 2

original drawing using pencil crayon by cork artist, web site designer and developer

Detail from Illustration rosanno

Pencil crayon on paper. This is a study in illustrative style of the mountain top town of Rosanno in Calabria.

Sherman Thurman

original drawing using pencil crayon by cork artist, web site designer and developer

Thurman Thomas was a tank in the AFC championship for the Bufallo Bills

Thurman Thomas as he crosses the goal line in the AFC Championship game while playing for the Bufallo Bills. pencil crayon on paper. Thurman was like a tank in this game. Until....

Squrmin Thurman

original drawing using pastels by cork artist, web site designer and developer

Thurman Thomas after he dropped a ball in the AFC championship for the Bufallo Bills

Thurman Thomas after he dropped a ball at the goal line in the AFC Championship game while playing for the Bufallo Bills. Oil pastel on paper. Hero to Zero in the same game. Poor Thurman

Buck Lake Road

original drawing using pastels by cork artist, web site designer and developer

Buck Lake Road

It was one of those wonderful fall days when the woods smelled of leaves. The sun was nice and warm. The wind still,  the air fresh and crisp. This pastel is about vanishing perspective and suggesting leaves in an impressionistic style.

Glenn "Mork" Anderson - Toronto Maple Leafs

Glenn

do you have to call him Mork?

With blazing speed Glenn Anderson became a dangerous clutch goal scorer playing on Mark Messier's right wing with the Edmonton Oilers and later the New York Rangers. He also played with the Toronto Maple Leafs and St. Louis Blues.

Anderson also had an uncanny resemblance to popular Hollywood comedian Robin Williams. His teammates called him 'Mork' after the famous Williams TV character. However Anderson hated that nickname and grew a beard to shed himself of the resemblance.

Thompson Park- Couple on a bench

original drawing using chalk pastels by cork freelance artist, web site designer and developer

a study in chalk pastel

Another lunch break at the park.