PORTFOLIO > Drawing & Printmaking

Dog Drawings
Pencil
June 2016
Dopey Dragon Concepts
Prismacolor Pencils
April 2015
Guard Portrait
Prismacolor Pencils
April 2011
Structured Torso
Prismacolor Pencils
January 2011
Female Nudes
Prismacolor Pencils & Watercolors
April 2011
Medical Illustration: Pelvis Bone Study
Prismacolor Pencils
December 2010
Final Anatomy Session
Prismacolor Pencils
December 2010
Mirror Subjects
Conté Crayon
March 2011
Passing Fools
Monoprint & Xante
November 2012
Riding the Rush
Mixed Media
January 2010
The Clouds Will Drift Away
Acetone Prints
April 2009
An Eve of Passing Fools
Monoprint & Xante
February 2013
Beneath the Rising Moon
Acetone Prints
April 2009
Saint Joan of Arc
Ink & Watercolors
April 2009
Saint Joan of Arc: Voice
Ink & Watercolors
April 2009
Saint Joan of Arc: Calling
Ink & Watercolors
April 2009
Saint Joan of Arc: Stake
Ink & Watercolors
April 2009

When it comes to drawing, Pat “is in the details”. While always important to capture the whole before the parts, he is always eager to focus in on the intricacies of creating form. His process of mark making is somewhat sculptural with layered crosshatchings built upon paper. Like a professor once told him, “Draw what you see," Pat follows through to the best of his ability. This concept holds true to either a subject in front of him or to an image in his head.

While he might be more controlled when it comes to drawing, Pat loves to experiment with printmaking. The entire process of etching, inking, and running the press along with attempting various techniques is a journey that Pat continues to learn.