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Clown Rapture, Clown no. 22
Clown Rapture, Clown no. 22

If you’ve been following along for the past month, you’ve seen the progress that Christine and I have made with our Fun-A-Day projects. When we picked February as a good month to try creating art every day, it was one big bald spot on the calendar. By the end of the month, we had made a last minute trip to Ottawa to skate on the Rideau Canal, and hosted friends from NYC who decided to visit at the last minute. Time got pretty chewed up.

Despite that, Christine has completed 24 of her planned “28 Clowns Later”. She’ll likely be done the project by Monday. I’ll post again when she’s done.

Here are Christine Cosby’s 24 clowns: http://www.flickr.com/photos/swizzlestudio/sets/72157632657899117/

As for my “Power Portraits 1965-1989”, I found the time to complete just 16 drawings. That said, they are broader in both style and subjects than I initially intended. I will do more in March, but impending deadlines for two art exhibits may slow me down.

Here are Rob Elliott’s 16 Power Portraits: http://www.flickr.com/photos/swizzlestudio/sets/72157632660887259/

Deng Ziaoping, Power Portrait no. 16
Deng Xiaoping, Power Portrait no. 16

By Rob

Rob Elliott dispenses creativity under the moniker Swizzle Studio.