November days like we had a few days ago on the 3rd are a gift. Deep down we know that even if it's not "winter coat time" we're getting away with something not having our knitwear on or at least handy. So 75° felt pretty good to us as Mom and I drove to her studio with the windows wide open. We took photos of many drawings she had done in the early nineties as well as some in the mid 2000s. The bulk of them were done using conté crayons but there were a few done with graphite and even one in ink. Some of the drawings are done on colored paper. The use of red in "Grief I" is particularly interesting to me as it fits the emotion of the piece so well.
Many of these pieces were hung (a few from the rafters!) for last months open house for Syrian Migrant Relief at the Brookletts building in Easton, MD. Here are a few images from that event: