This baseball diptych illustration was recovered from a basement flooding in 2012. It was a homework assignment for an Illustration class at Pratt Institute in the late 1980s.
An illustration class project at Pratt back in the eighties, this piece was this student-artist's solution to re-illustrating an album cover (Al Dimeola's Elegant Gypsy) in the style of a fine arts master. The style borrowed from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and his painting At the Moulin Rouge
Another Pratt Institute Illustration class assignment from the eighties.
Gouache and watercolor painting of my father as a gift for his seventy-fifth birthday in 1985.
This is a diazo proof of a black and white pastel drawing on gray paper. Back before the digitizing of photography and art, black and white photos like this were photographed with half-tone screens on large cameras.
Another discovered diazo print of a study of a yawning cat and a bear skull.