Sunday, December 30, 2018

Somewhere Over the Rainbow


Raven belonged to Angela...a good friend that I have never actually met.  She loved Raven, and I think that Raven loved her.  They were together a good long time.   I do memorials from time to time, but I do not take commissions.   I just do it if I feel like it.   This one appealed to me, so I did. 

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Singing in the Rain

Singing in the Rain

This is a photomanipulation, not a painting.   I do draw and paint, but this ain't it.  However... I do manipulate and paint over photos from time to time...but once again...this ain't it.   (and I know that I shouldn't use the word "ain't, but I ain't carin' much) 

Thursday, December 6, 2018

The Rear Window. December 2018

The Rear Window

Rear Window is a memory of my beloved collie dog, Whendy.  She went everywhere with me.  She was always in front of the rear window when I drove places, and I often still see her there...even though she isn't.    Kind of sad...maybe even kind of pathetic...but it is what it is and I won't apologize for it.    

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

A Kinder and Gentler Laborador

A Kinder and Gentler Laborador

OK Google... I did not scrape this image.  It's true, when George Bush Sr. died the photo of this scene went viral.   And I admit to drawing it from that photo.  But surely, even Google can see that this is a drawing, right?  

Saturday, November 24, 2018

Sunrise at Myrtle Beach

Sunrise at Myrtle Beach  2018

Painted Photography by CB Heubach.  This was the last time my Collie Dog saw the ocean.  I miss her quite a bit.  

Monday, November 19, 2018

"Painting the Muse" -Charles Heubach

Painting the Muse


Linda and I viewed The Promenades of Euclid1955 by RenĂ© Magritte at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.  I was enchanted by Magritte's canvas meeting the horizon exactly, but I drew it this way instead.

City view in general; "veduta"; trompe l'oeil. The interior of a room with a painting on an easel sitting in front of a window. Through the window a cityscape can be seen; the scene on the painted canvas seems to exactly replicate that section of the city which it blocks from view. Two triangular shapes dominate the center of the painting. One is the conical roof of a stone tower, while the other is a near-empty avenue shown in rapidly receding perspective. These two triangles are an oblique reference to Euclid, the father of geometry.
The Promenades of Euclid1955 by RenĂ© Magritte


Tuesday, October 30, 2018

About Me.

I am an independent graphic artist working in Pinopolis, South Carolina.  

Risen

Indeed.