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"Landscape", a new work incorporating an existing drawing combined with original watercolor to create a completely new composition. The sky was inspired by the view out of my own windows one summer evening. 13x20" on Arches watercolor paper. Click on the watercolor page listed on the left or on the menu tab for more info or to purchase.
The Artist was honored as a featured artist for the PBS Channel 10 Auction in Milwaukee. For the auction, he created a new work, "Drawing Music"-composed of 23 of his live concert drawings created in Chicago, Paris, Barcelona and Milwaukee. The artist was interviewed in Chicago with the Radisson Blu Hotel (in Chicago's famed Aqua Tower) murals he created as a backdrop. The local PBS interview was selected for national distribution to over 30 PBS stations nationwide! The piece is a good overview of Slaske's work, and can be viewed at this link: PBS Interview with Steve Slaske
Above: Concert drawings done live during performances at Preston Bradley Hall of the Chicago Cultural Center 2016. See more or purchase by clicking on "Watercolor Paintings" in left column.
NOTE: Inevitably people will ask how long a drawing takes me. Those who see me draw during a concert know that these take me the length of the concert and are usually amazed by that. But, like any artist or musician knows, this is after many years of practice. To do a drawing like this years ago might have taken many many hours or days even (and still not attained this spontaneous, fluid effect). So, "how long does it take?", let the viewer decide.
Below: "Drawing Music" -featuring 23 of my now 368 live concert drawings- for PBS Channel 10, Milwaukee. To purchase the print click on "Limited Edition Prints" tab. Click on "Artist Blog" to see more concert drawings.
Andersonville Galleria, 5247 North Clark Street in Andersonville, Chicago
The Pop Up Gallery, 1627 Sherman Avenue, Evanston
A 270 degree roadside panorama with a sky inspired by the view outside my own windows one summer evening. unframed 13x20" unframed.