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More Case Art

This time a praying mantis. He writes, "First time drawing a bug. Very different. Much heavier reliance on blending stroke to create sheen". Interesting. [NOTE: Case's entire portfolio (almost) is now online here. Lot of patience, skill, and creativity to make these images].


More Prints

Case was home yesterday cutting linoleum and getting the last five prints ready for his show (see Case's Art Is Up). Everything got printed, signed, framed, and delivered. The amount of detail on the octopus (with coffee cup) is truly amazing. Said it took him over 100 hours to carve it. [NOTE: Love the reds in the top image].


Case's Art Is Up

Oldest son, Case (see Case and Phearoom), has an art show of this linoleum block prints hanging in the R Patisserie Cafe and Tea Boutique in New Rochelle. Six pieces are already up (see Steal Yourself and Ganesh with Coffee) and four or five more on on the way. [NOTE: Just so you know, the pieces are for sale at reasonable prices].



A quick shot of one of Case's (see Steal Yourself and Ganesha (with Coffee)) pencil drawings from his studio table at Earlham. He writes: "Pretty happy with how this turned out. Nice to be drawing again". 

I am the eggman, they are the eggmen. 

I am the walrus, goo goo g'joob.

Have a nice weekend. 


Ganesha (with Coffee)


Linoleum block print of Ganesha by Case Peters, 2012, from the Earlham College Senior Art Exhibition in Richmond, Indiana. The print is entitled "They Say I'm A Well-Rounded Individual (But I Feel More Obtuse)". Nice. Love the coffee cup.