Last week on my drawing board

More sketchbooks for my series "Creatures of the Night". I'm trying to get as many done as possible before the end of 2016.

Creatures of the Night # 9: "All-nighter"

Creatures of the Night # 10: "Passengers"

Creatures of the Night # 10: "Passengers"

Creatures of the Night #11/12: "To the light, fellas/Phoebe's"

Creatures of the Night #13: "Snowflakes"

Creatures of the Night #13: "Snowflakes"

Abstract Saturday: Cecil Skotnes

South African (1926 - 2009) He was best known for his woodcuts. Though he began as a painter, he was drawn to woodcutting and made his mark in that medium, later creating the woodcuts as the work itself by painting directly on the carved panel, rather than merely using them to create prints.

Untitled 1981

Couple - c1965 | Carved, incised and painted wood panel

Couple - c1965 | Carved, incised and painted wood panel

The Progression (1971)

Cecil Skotnes

Cecil Skotnes | Head | Carved, incised and painted wood panel | 105 x 85 cm
Sold - 2014 via Johans Borman Fine Art

Cecil Skotnes | Untitled | 1999 | Incised Painted Wood Panel | 63.5 x 83.5 cm via SMAC GALLERY

Monkey's Wedding by Jeni Couzyn, 1971 | Cover by Cecil Skotnes

Creatures of the Night Part 8: "To Roost"

This is part of a continuing series of paintings in my sketchbook. It was meant to be a daily painting project throughout the month of October, but since I got sidetracked on another project, I'll keep on anyway.