Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Sketches from Richard Solomon artists

Warm Up Sketches + Working Process, from Richard Solomon artists: Murray Kimber, James Bennett, David Johnson, Jon Foster, Gregory Manchess, Scott Brundage, Tyler Jacobson, Tim Bower, Thomas Ehretsmann, Hermann Mejia, Mark Summers
I’ve written previously about a number of illustrators who are represented by Richard Solomon, a well known artists representative in New York whose list of represented artists reads like a who’s who of the top names in contemporary illustration.

In addition to the portfolios of represented artists on the Richard Solomon website (for which I’ll issue a Time-sink Warning), Solomon has in recent months been posting sketches from a number of the artists on a Tumblelog called Warm Up Sketches + Working Process.

These run the gamut from personal sketches and sketchbook pages to preliminary roughs for illustrations to relatively finished drawings. Though a few of the links from the index page are broken at the moment, there is more than enough wonderful material here to make a visit well worthwhile.

Many of the drawings and sketches are linked to the artist’s page on the Solomon website, or you can go in through the front of the site and look them up.

(Images above: Murray Kimber, James Bennett, David Johnson, Jon Foster, Gregory Manchess, Scott Brundage, Tyler Jacobson, Tim Bower, Thomas Ehretsmann, Hermann Mejia, Mark Summers)

3 thoughts on “Sketches from Richard Solomon artists

  1. Brian Harrison

    Thanks Charley, always great to see the sketches of work from amazing illustrators ! I also think you should apply the ‘ time sink’
    to this blog, you include so much to both look at, and follow through on :)
    Wonderful artwork – terrific blog !
    Oh, and Happy New Year, to you and everyone else.

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