Giclée Prints, Earlier Works
23¼ x 18½ pastel on pastel paper
completed and released January 1, 2007
25 very limited edition Gallery prints (LOW STOCK)
100 limited edition Studio prints (LOW STOCK)
open edition Portfolio prints
additional information about my giclée prints
With my latest work, I had fun incorporating several ideas that I had thought about for some time, but had yet to do. First, I had wanted to draw a businessman... a professional, clean cut, "straight arrow" kind of guy. I like the idea of a guy in a suit. But even better is showing off what's hidden under his tailored Brooks Brothers. Second, I had wanted and even had gotten requests to draw hot "older" guys. I don't typical consider the age of the men I draw. I just set out to create handsome sexy guys. But I felt adding a touch of grey would make him more interesting. Lastly, there is something innocently arousing about a guy wearing just socks and a T-shirt. It's sexy, but snuggly. He's not trying to impress anyone with his pecs or abs, showing off like a shirtless peacock. He's just getting comfortable.