“Sacrifice”, a drawing of George Floyd, graphite on paper, by Jessica Libor 2020.
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Dear readers, during the month of May I did a creative exercise; daily sketch works! Every day for 30 days, I created a new piece of art. During this period I experimented with soft tones in inks, watercolors, and gilding. Originally, I had planned to do a daily piece for 90 days. However, I found that the time and creative juices that it took to create a daily piece was being sapped away from the creative energy I needed to create my larger pieces for my solo show coming up. So, I capped it at 30 days–but will certainly look forward to doing this again!
Below are a few of my favorite pieces from this time. If you are interested in any of these pieces or would like a link to the full available collection, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.