Monday, November 30, 2009

Brought to you by 3M

This is by no means my first sketch on a Post-It note. But it is the first one I've ever blogged about.
post-it note tree

And here's a sketch of my Leatherman:
leatherman tool

Sunday, November 29, 2009

The Medical Center, and a chair

There are too many good angles of the South Texas Medical Center to choose from, and too many security guards in parking lots for me to feel comfortable sketching there.

south texas medical center

This is a chair at the Yarn Shop shop where Linda works.
yarnivore chair

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Forgotten sketches

I almost forgot to post these. Actually, I did forget to post these. Now I am. That should solve the problem.

across the street
This is the house across the street from ours. Damned if I didn't make the foreground SUV a little bit too big.

apartments on blanco road
I drew this from my truck while it rained.

live oaks and dumpster
In Boerne, Texas

tegue's handmade wooden pull toy
Linda gave her young nephew Tegue this cool wooden pull toy. I want one.

old ford at the yarn barn

parents' living room 2009
While watching a Spurs game.

Monday, November 23, 2009

New bits and pieces

Since I was out of town for a while and started a new job immediately after coming back, I've only done a few sketches. And these are them:

calculator and water bottle

pricing gun


Thursday, November 19, 2009

The Story Mansion show

The show "Drawing On Main" went great. Dede Taylor and Erin Anderson were fantastic in helping to organize the show and get people involved! We had some terrific sponsors as well-- MacKenzie River Pizza supplied lodgepoles, Ferraro's supplied the wine and Old Main Gallery took care of the framing. We also had help from the Downtown Bozeman Partnership and a lot of help from friends and community members! I want to thank Vaughan Judge, director of the MSU School of Art, and Harvey Hamburgh, art historian, for speaking at the openings, and thanks also to everyone who attended both the receptions and the sketchcrawl workshop, despite a killer storm that left many folks stuck with tires spinning.

Without further ado, some pics and art:

The snowstorm aftermath:
Bozeman snow

Bozeman snow

Bozeman snow

Story Mansion
Story Mansion

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

story mansion exhibit "Drawing on Main"

Some drawings from the Sketchcrawl:
story mansion in the snow

story mansion stairs

At long last

Some long overdue sketches, with little commentary. Ok, so I've slacked off a bit on the blog. But bear with me-- I'm working, I just went on a trip, and I'm lazy. Those are three dandy excuses. So you'll just have to live with it, whoever you all are...

san antonio int'l airport

United flight 6639

bedroom 02


alamo stadium and olmos tower

There, all better.

Friday, November 6, 2009

Exhibition: Drawing on Main

Here's the official announcement for my show next week!

You are Invited toPaul Heaston: Drawing on Main

Throughout last winter, MSU grad student Paul Heaston drew everything within view on 6 blocks of Main Street in a sketchbook. For the first time, limited edition prints of the complete set of drawings will be shown (and sold) at the T.B Story Mansion from November 12th through 14th. MSU School of Art, Friends of the StoryMansion, and Downtown Bozeman Partnership have collaborated to connect the University, arts, and business communities through this remarkable work and to celebrate our rich past and vibrant present.

Schedule of events for exhibition “Paul Heaston: Drawing on Main

at the T.B. Story Mansion. All events are free and open to the public

Thursday, Nov. 12, 7 to 9 pm: Opening reception for the Downtown and University communities featuring a gallery talk by the artist, refreshments, and music byJawbone Railroad.

Friday, Nov. 13th, 12 to 5 pm: The Story Mansion will be open to view the exhibit.

7 to 9 pm: Public reception featuring a gallery talk by the artist, refreshments, and music.

Saturday, Nov. 14th, 10 to 5 pm: Open Mansion to view the exhibit

10 to 12: coffee and doughnuts and historic tours by the Friends of the Story

12 noon to ?: “Sketch crawl”, a drawing workshop in the BonTon Historic District

with Paul Heaston and MSU School of Art faculty

We are grateful for generous sponsorship of Old Main Gallery, Ferraro’s Fine Italian Restaurant, and Mackenzie River Pizza. The exhibition is brought to you by The MSU School of Art, The Friends of the Story Mansion, and the Downtown Bozeman Partnership.

For information, contact Dede Taylor or Erin Anderson