Once again, it was my pleasure to model at the Pittsburgh South Arts school in Bethel Park. I might look worse than I should for a model, but I can’t tell you how relaxed I am now with these folks.
Since I have been paying so much attention to comic book art lately, I had forgotten the different vision of fine artists. I hate to classify or label anyone but there’s a difference in drawing an exaggerated version of (your) idea of the perfect human specimen for a superhero in her peak of physical development versus a fine artist who is capturing the realistic curves in front of his/her eyes. As Chuck Percherke reminds me, it’s not about flat sculpted abs or perky breasts rounded by the illusion of silicone implants; fine art is about “shapes and lines” of which I have plenty as an aging woman who has put on some pounds and developed a few wrinkles and stretch marks.
|Carol Kilkeary||Gabriel||Peggi Habets|
|Steve Wagner||Ken Wagle|
|Peggi Habets||Peggi Habets||Ken Wagle|
|Ken Wagle||Carol Kilkearny||Carol Kilkearny|