Rocks have been a popular subject for my coloured pencil drawing of late. I am always looking for different or unusual ways of portraying this subject.

Today’s image is a different way of looking at a group of rocks.


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  1. April Jarocka says:

    Hello Richard…sorry I haven’t blogged here in a while and you have been so so good to blog at mine and leave comments. Playing catch up and glad I did. I love these images of these rocks…you tempt me back to this subject matter just as I am toying with the idea of attempting a fresh subject. Not sure what yet.
    However, I think once you really connect with something there is no breaking of that bond. This is evident in your work and mine. I feel there is so much more to learn about rocks yet so many more things to paint as well….I am at a crossroads. Maybe I should just let my paintbox rest a while…

  2. Richard Klekociuk says:

    Hi April, I think having a break from one’s subject is a good thing (you have given me an idea for a blog post). There are times when one can nave too much of a good thing. I’m on a ‘rock break’ at the moment. When I’m ready I shall return, but my present ‘distraction’ is keeping me happy!

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