Some of my Sketches at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

On April 27th, I headed down to the Metropolitan Museum of Art by myself.  As much as I love exploring art with my friends, it’s nice to go explore a museum or a gallery by myself.

I spent most of my time in Arms and Armor and the American Wing.

Here are my sketches:

Armor for a member of the Barberini Family

 

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A detail of the statue, The Struggle of the Two Natures in man by George Gray Bernard
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Hiawatha by Augustus Saint-Gaudens

Bonus pic!

 

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Detail of Group of Bears by Paul Manship

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My 4×6 Exchange Drawing is Here!

A couple of months ago, I participated in the 4×6 Exchange Project by Art House Co-op.  The premise of the project is simple.  You create a piece of artwork that is 4×6 inches in size, you mail it to the Brooklyn Art Library, and then you get someone else’s artwork in the mail.

Today, I received a wonderful sketch by an artist named Roger who writes and posts his sketches in his blog Sketches by Roger.  I love the way the figure is raising his hands as if he just had a major victory.  I’m very partial to watercolors and pen as well.

In case you’re wondering what my 4×6 art was, here it is:

4x6 Exchange

My 4×6 exchange drawing

If you’re the person that received this drawing or you know the person who received this drawing, I would love to hear from you!  I made that drawing before I started this blog so unfortunately my blog wouldn’t be listed behind the drawing.

I’m always very excited to participate in Art House Co-op’s projects.  I’m going to be featuring my Sketchbook Project: Limited Edition drawings very soon as well as sign up for Sketchbook Project 2013.

Please leave a comment if you participated in the 4×6 Exchange.  I would love to see what you received.  Also, click “Like” for my Zombie friend that is somewhere in America!