Marabou stork, River Zambezi, Zambia. The wingspan of this massive wading bird can exceed three metres. Despite their size and rather ungainly appearance, they latch onto tree branches with surprising elegance. Drawn with Staedtler Mars Lumograph black pencils and white charcoal on Strathmore tan paper.
About the Artist
Other than sketching on agenda papers during tedious committee meetings, I started drawing and painting only after several years in retirement. Then, almost 70 years old, I first attended an art course. Still so much to learn, thankfully! — “Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is…View full profile