Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Path to an Unknown Destination appears

While searching tonight for a certain path'n'portal illustration in my files, I instead tripped across the image below and am uncertain whether it was ever published anywhere--and note that in person, the paper is blacker than it appears here, which of course also depends on the device you're using.

Anyway, check out an incomplete drawing 'Path to an Unknown Destination' which is how it feels these days under the Trump regime to live in a sabotaged America:

Looks as if the drawing was left about 1/3 of the way through...

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Friday, October 26, 2018

A Sketch from Fractured Fashions 2012

Look! It's a page of collage, pencil, and ink from my 2012 'Fractured Fashions' sketchbook which I suppose still languishes among the 2012 Project Sketchbooks of other artists in the Brooklyn Art Library:

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Friday, September 21, 2018

New! Promethea as Mermaid

With watery planet Neptune continuing its leisurely swim through its own oceanic sign of Pisces, a new undersea mermaid drawing may be in order! Here's Promethea as Mermaid:

Pencil on black paper perpetrated by Jude Cowell.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

A Postcard from Lorna On Vacation!

Lorna On Vacation! And a jungle-y one at that.

But probably not Costa Rica which some say is the most biologically intense place on earth. What can really keep tourists away from beautiful Costa Rica at the moment is the current advisory from the US Embassy due to protests against the government's fiscal plan. Disruptions are expected.


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Sunday, September 16, 2018

A New Drawing! Portrait of Chironia

Portrait of Chironia by Jude Cowell; a fanciful figure study; oil and water color pencils (dry) on black paper.

Thursday, August 09, 2018

Portrait of a Cinnamon Teal in Moonlight

A simple pencil portrait of a marsh duck a Cinnamon teal has floated by under moonlight...

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Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Meander to Abandoned Garden with Peonies!

August 7, 2018: Before Summer 2018 ends, I'm feeling a nostalgic meander over to Abandoned Garden with Peonies coming on!

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Sunday, July 29, 2018

It's Moon Rise at the Crossroads!

Well, look what I discovered in some old art files - Moon Rise at the Crossroads!

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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?

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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!