This article is about American Legion drawing #307Z, of Addison Gager, the granddaughter of Walley Frasier, and written by artist and United States Navy Veteran, Stephen F. Condren, BFA-SAIC, of Condren Galleries, a Fine Arts Gallery ~ the house portrait is done first as a pencil drawing and then a pen & ink, which comes with JPEG & PDF scans for making prints, note cards, and stationery. Congratulations Addison & Walley!
American Legion Post #867, Mundelein, Illinois.
Pencil Drawing For American Legion Drawing
- Clinker Stylus Sketch
This drawing was done of Addison Gager while she was visiting the Post with her grandfather, Walley Frazier. She is a darling child and looks much like my very own granddaughter, Amelie Klein. Because Addison, like all children, is very active and moves a lot. Therefore, I had to work quickly to capture her image. Addison sat on a chair in front of Walley, as he held her in place, and with all loving gentleness.
Because Addison had long flowing hair, her mother has made ponytails on each side of her head. You can see them on both side, and the one on the left is more detailed. All in all the drawing took about 10 minutes to do.
Pen & Ink Drawing
- Stylus Sketch
The pen & ink drawing
- JPEG & PDF
Scans of American Legion drawing are available in JPEG or PDF formats for making prints, note cards, or posters.
Condren Galleries Ltd. For American Legion Drawing
American Legion Drawing As Fine Art
- Fine Arts Gallery
Condren Galleries is pleased to have been to participate in the execution of American Legion drawing #307Z.
Stephen F. Condren For American Legion Drawing
American Legion Drawing As Portraiture
As an artist I have made American Legion drawing a staple of my architectural rendering works.
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American Legion drawing #307Z with prints by artist Stephen F. Condren of Condren Galleries.