Tag: Lithograph

Family slides, triptic

  This is a triptych that that was just completed whose images are meant to be enjoyed separatel  however the pieces are suppose to gain additional meaning shown together as one piece. The center and right panel are relatively large lithographic drawing.The Left panel is a graphite drawing. This is an image of my in-law's and wife (infant on left)…

Family slides, left panel

  This is part of a triptic that is in progress whose images are meant to be enjoyed separately however the pieces are suppose to gain additional meaning shown together as one piece. This is the left panel and it has just been completed. It is a graphite drawing. This is an image of my…

family slides, center & right panel

This is part of a triptic that is in progress whose images are meant to be enjoyed separately  however the pieces are suppose to gain additional meaning shown together as one piece. This is a relatively large lithographic drawing.The Left panel is being completed  and will be a graphite drawing. This is an image of my two mother-in-law showing slides to…

Right panel, family slides

This is part of a triptic that is in progress whose images are meant to be enjoyed separately  however the pieces are suppose to gain additional meaning shown together as one piece. This is a relatively large lithographic drawing, so is the central panel. The Left panel will be a graphite drawing. This is an image of my two sister-in-law's when…

Pano’s

I was informed 04/22/12 that this piece was selected for: Artspace's International Juried Printmaking and Photography Exhibition 2012.   Artspace, Richmond, VA   This is a lithographic drawing of my then  fiancé  Meg during a night out on the town at Pano's restaurant in Buffalo NY. Thank you for looking. You can see more at:   nealmcdannel.weebly.com

Life study, transfer

April's Painting of the Month is this life study by Neal McDannel, although it is in fact a drawing. There's a lot to recommend in the work. The mark making is varied, the compositional arrangement–the head to the side and the direction of the eyes somewhere off the page–is strong, and there's a good sense of…

Hilton Spring

This is a two color drawing on Lithographic stone, using litho-crayon (grease pencil with a soap binding). It pictures my wife walking up the hill in her back yard with her Siamese cat walking across on a tree limb.   Thank you for looking. If you would like to see more please visit my website at: www.nealmcdannel.weebly.com

#10 – A Subway Scene

Lithograph drawing. This is from  my one and only trip to New York City. Thank you for looking. To see more please check out my website at:   www.nealmcdannel.weebly.com  

Steven’s Perception

lithographic drawing, color, approximately 18" x 24". Steven's first couple of years on earth were spent in Cincinnati were I did my graduate work. This image was based on an old polorid picture I took of us together. Meg would take Steven for walks in a stroller in the park shown in the background just outside my…