Thursday, July 12, 2018

New at Secret Moon Art! 'Secrets in Shadows'

Secrets in Shadows pencil on black paper Jude Cowell Art 2018+

July 12, 2018: A new drawing inspired by tonight's Solar Eclipse @20Cancer41 conjunct and activating one of the stars of creativity, Castor. Besides, any eclipse has the ability to suddenly uncover secrets and inconvenient facts with a cosmic blink from the Universe!


Monday, July 02, 2018

A drawing finally completed: Circe with Sisters!

July 2, 2018: Now that my eyesight is greatly improved to its former goodness after two surgeries (right and left), I'm happily at my drafting table again! Actually, the title of the drawing below is, Circe, Charybdis, and Thelma although which sister is which is a challenge only you, dear viewer, can figure out! What say you?

For more Jude Cowell Art images, you're cordially invited to browse my Fine Art America portfolio open for viewing 24/7! Now here are two...

Mythological Links of Interest--plus, Thelma:

The Spellbinding Story of Circe, Goddess of Magic (pronounced kir' kee, y'know).

Who Is Charybdis?

And then there's Thelma, a name which may or may not derive from 'will' or 'volition' for it does sound much like the arrogant Thelema philosophy developed by freaky devil-worshiper Aleister Crowley (1875--1947).

But never fret for no devils ever lurk in any of my drawings!


Sunday, April 22, 2018

Portrait of Analise now complete!

April 22, 2018: here's a view of the previously published yet incomplete Portrait of Analise and a larger view of her freshly completed portrait, below:

She's not as ghostly now, don't you agree? Or is she...

all images (c) 2018+ Jude Cowell Art pencil on black paper


Tuesday, April 17, 2018

You're invited to Dinner at Delphine's!

No RSVP needed to have Dinner at Delphine's!

Oil and water color pencils on black paper, Jude Cowell Art 2018+


Thursday, April 05, 2018

#124 Bambo Tuck's 'Shroom Home on Silvery Tree Path!

Here's an illustration of Bambo Tuck's 'ShroomHome #124 from my unpublished children's book Silvery Tree Path (circa 1996):

As were many of my drawings during the late 1990s, this one is drawn on black paper and embossed with metallic pencil which you can probably tell from the silver raindrops (actually aluminum pencil) in this scan of an actual photograph!


Past Has a Way...a drawing of shadows

April, 5, 2018: Past Has a Way...of catching up with us!


Saturday, March 10, 2018

You've seen the new Portrait of Darcy Darling!

Here's a new entry into my Fine Art America portfolio of browsable images: Portrait of Darcy Darling (chillaxing at home!! )...

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Just browsing art can be quite chillaxing so please share if you care!


Saturday, March 03, 2018

11 Planets - an incomplete drawing

March 3, 2018: an incomplete version of a new drawing 11 Planets created especially for Secret Moon Art!

You're cordially invited to have yourself a browse 24/7 - mosey through my Fine Art America portfolio of 20 images!

Artist Choice: desire a modestly priced yet fanciful image of my work? Why not Art Greeting Cards?

Or this coffee or tea mug sporting a Black-striped butter fish of Western Australian waters floating in his dream scenario!

And speaking of hot beverages...

One of my favorite Abe Lincoln quotes: "If this is tea bring me coffee, if this is coffee, bring me tea." Who can lose with such an amusing attitude? Or perhaps he was bemused!

Related: Why Study Harmonics in Astrology? presented by master astrologer David Cochrane.

And: The Secret Contained in the Number Eleven by yours truly with reference to popular Netflix show Stranger Things and the character Eleven.


Saturday, February 24, 2018

An Incomplete Portrait of Annalise

Portrait of Annalise isn't quite finished yet but here's a peek:

Now 'tis true you won't find Annalise in my FineArtAmerica Portfolio though you can browse the drawings there 24/7 as you please!


Thursday, February 22, 2018

Portrait of an 'Incomplete Gal' - now Vivian Astoria!

*February 22, 2018: A few days ago I posted here a partially drawn image titled, 'Incomplete Gal' (name this drawing)'. Today I shall post the completed (fini!) pencil portrait of....

Vivian Astoria McClellan and here she is now...


Sending Thanks to All my Facebook Friends (you know who ya are) who suggested possible names for this visage, this character study in pencil!

But why 'McClellan'? For fun. And because for me it represents a 'mysterious' or hidden ancestral line due to 17th century morals (or their lack!) when titled gentlemen kept mistresses as if they were kings (the gentlemen, not the mistresses). And so it seems that if one of my Webb ancestors, John D. Webb, is in the line of a certain immigrant-to-America Thomas Terrance Webb as he apparently is, Thomas took 'Webb' from his mother's family (she, Ann Webb of Colerain, Ireland) and his papa was her main squeeze, Thomas McClellan so long hidden (as things now appear hundreds of years on). If you're wondering, the answer is No, Ann was not his only mistress. (Follow the Thomas McClellan link and scroll almost all the way down to the DF41 Webb Cluster paragraph.)

Which only shows that you never know which sort of nougat you'll bite into when shaking your family tree!

Now as you know, the McClellan surname through the centuries has picked up multiple spellings as so many surnames do and you'll find them and other historic details about the family if you check out the MacLellan Clan pages!

To close, here again is Version One of Vivian Astoria McClellan just to keep both images on the same page (although they are the same drawing!):

Wednesday, February 21, 2018