Have not had a realistic drawing stream until I came across a book about drawing bugs…I know it was for a child yet the actual shapes made it 100% easier. I have these really awesome 2H pencils that are soft and after repetitive motion that creates black tones. This is just the beginning and spentContinue reading “Bugs Being Pretty”
Lately I have been thinking way back of interesting things in my mind on subjects I really used to know when I earned my degree in science and art. These are my latest abstract black and white images and plan to show you three color possibilities when I am done with watercolor. Enjoy and shareContinue reading “Petting Medical Science”
One must wonder what an artist does in one day. This girl is a drawing addict and it can last for hours if I am in the “mood”. I usually do abstract when I first wake up and sketches at the end of my day. Relaxes me for bed time believe it or not. I’mContinue reading “A Day in the Life of an Artist”
With four years selection for the state-wide competition, here is the image that I did last night named “Another Kiss to the Frog” for the Grand Rapids Museum of Arts. This size is larger than I am used to at 18 x 24 yet I had more fun with detail work. I kept it inContinue reading “Legacy Trust Award Collection Entry”
Now here comes the fun part of my drawing career…not to draw figure drawings or blind contour drawings. Everyday on this blog, I plan to post only here starting 1-27-2018 and the title or word of the day is going to be on top. Wish me luck on my sketches and feel free to commentContinue reading “2018 Daily Art Challenge”
Digital Images Downloaded today for your viewing pleasure and on sale for $85 for the original print in a small black frame. If interested, call 989.941.9993 and describe the blind contour image you prefer. Fortunately, you will get to see the images before the public at my first solo exhibition with brand new art piecesContinue reading “Top 35 8.5 x 11 Digital Images for IHuman”
Press Release Art Statement for IHuman Never viewed by an audience, this first solo exhibit by Heather Deogracia uses a blind contour abstract technique or best described as figurative illustration carried out single ink line from beginning to end with her eyes closed. With over 50 images created during her free time (usuallyContinue reading “IHuman solo exhibit is in Full Swing in Downtown Saginaw at Counter Culture”
http://www.counterculturearts.org/ Yikes! My very first stab at the solo exhibit scene and thrills me end that they love my abstract world is going to be out there for all walks to see. The only thing freaking me out is how to price items, $70.99 for small and $190.99 for large. Since the deadline isContinue reading “First Solo Exhibition for IHuman for February”
With two day notice I whipped these images out for display. On one wall of my series named Smarty Girls (faces with scientific theory comin out of the head. All the images came out of wood. The bar tender liked them so off to a good start for this year…timing to sell these are slimContinue reading “Martini Bar & Grill for Venue Exhibition”
Much love for my boyfriend da Vinci: I love those who can smile in trouble, who can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection. ‘Tis the business of little minds to shrink, but they whose heart is firm, and whose conscience approves their conduct, will pursue their principles unto death. Leonardo da VinciContinue reading “First Draft of Illustration Style”
We ended up with the best year ever tonight!!! I made a picture named Dart Blast below Met some f’ing amazing folks…thank you for the laughs for the girls and boys…abstract image..my fave!! Sushi much…our treat!! Pleasure indeed.
Star Wars the master love fest of characters, meanings, also I would call it spiritual in every scene. It brings me back to drawing art and reading massive books. Star Wars is beyond any label of the library! Anyways, I wrote this last night before seeing the movie. All ties in and that isContinue reading “Star Wars is Deep”
Created in a few hours, a new idea has snapped my direction as far as abstract is concerned. What if I used parts of the body that the audience would find more familiar with? My plans also include occupations such as vets, cardiologists and more. Promise to post as new ideas arise.
Recently, my art was selected now on exhibit on a Adirondack chair there in Bay City for Studio 23 at the Bay City Rowing Club under a gazebo at 350 West Lafayette Ave. The coordinator contacted me and stated that once the new handicap children’s park was built there, they plan to move it. IContinue reading “Leadership Bay County Class of 2017 Achievement for Adirondack Chair in Bay City”