Inspired by ‘The Father’

I watched The Father two days ago and couldn’t stop thinking about it, so I drew this piece in honor of a great movie with a superb script and cast. It started out as charcoal and then I decided all it needed was pencil and lots of blending. Quick note about the movie: Anthony HopkinsContinue reading “Inspired by ‘The Father’”

If ‘12 Angry Men’ were made today

I drew this for my teenage niece. She has a learning disability (she said it’s ok if I say that) that makes it difficult for her to retain information. She has always been a visual learner, and it’s just hard for her. She tries so hard. Her English teacher assigned 12 Angry Men and isContinue reading “If ‘12 Angry Men’ were made today”

Shout out of the day: Kenneth Lonergan

I first discovered Kenneth Lonergan when I read the play ‘The Waverly Gallery’, which was about a boy watching his grandmother die of Alzheimer’s disease. At the time, I was watching MY grandmother die of the same, and visited her regularly at a nursing home in the Bronx. While Waverly Place was hard for meContinue reading “Shout out of the day: Kenneth Lonergan”