01 May 2016

Bio - Scape

(c)Ralf Schulze 2016
A study in simple yet weird iconography.  Simple shapes yet slightly unrecognizable, not linked to obvious images in the minds eye, yet.    Still kind of a vast landscape without any real size actuator.  Note the only red is near center and hints at a devilish flea!

19 April 2016

Perch

(c)Ralf Schulze 2016
This is ink and color pencil on small 5 x8 card stock.
It reminds me of birds a bit even though they don't look like birds.

09 April 2016

Unmasked

(c)Ralf Schulze 2016
A quick little study probably created in March or even  February

22 November 2015

cool mail art envelope

 Cool Small Mail art envelope  - - - Incl vintage1960s postage stamps!  Don't know who to send it to . . .


(c)2015 Ralf Schulze

03 November 2015

A is for Autumn ACEO art card

 Another via the art card window -- Remember Art Cards (or ACEO's) are the same size as a baseball card [2.5" x 3.5"]
(c)2015 Ralf Schulze

24 October 2015

05 October 2015

Art Card Original " Flow"


(c)2015 Ralf Schulze
The first finished piece from the "Art Card Window"

If you go to that post, see if you can find which larger piece I took it from.

Like the back of the old Batman trading cards!

29 September 2015

Some Unfinished works of the recent past . . .

The gray piece is older with new embellishments.  the other three are new ink on paper with some color pencil.  "New" meaning mid-September.  The pile of paper on the right are mostly unfinished stuff throught the past 4-5 years. 
It is like building up and building up and sometimes finding the mosaic that can stand alone!

17 September 2015

Drama Brew

Created in the past few days.  Been dealing with some back pain and serious financial issues, but still have to make art:
It is 4 x 6 on gray, acid-free card stock with black and white archival ink markers and graphite pencil.

12 September 2015

Study, or just a sketchy doodley

(c)2015 Ralf Schulze
I drew this at the opening reception of my art show on July 24th while waiting for the first people to show up.  It is in my smallest sketchbook and is only 3.5" x 5.5"