Fertile Patch (Wayne Ferrebee, 2015, colored pencil and ink)
Here are four more little drawings from the little sketchbook I carry around during the day. The first drawing (above) features some Mesopotamian warriors and creatures wandering through a brilliant green fertile world.
East River (Wayne Ferrebee, 2015, color pencil)
Next is a little drawing of the view across the East River from the spot where I eat lunch on nice days. New York has been ridiculously pretty for December. Sometimes it is pretty hard to leave the view of the sparkling river and the traffic flowing through Brooklyn Heights and go back to my beige cubicle.
The Knight and the Casuist (Wayne Ferrebee, 2015, color pencil and ink)
My favorite of this batch of doodles is this brave but dimn knight in the English countryside. Whatever quest he is on has taken him into conversation with this malicious bishop-ghoul. It looks like the dark apparition is getting the better of the hero in their discourse. I think there is a scene like this in “The Fairy Queen.” Have you read that? It is longer than the Bible but there are scenes of pellucid beauty and charm.
Pleasure Garden (Wayne Ferrebee, 2015, color pencil and ink)
Finally here is last fantasy scene set in some garden utopia. Otherworldly beasts stretch and preen on the glowing yards as Chistmassy trees stretch into the clear blue sky. I hope you enjoy these little drawings. I have to rememeber to put up some of my real art works here for the Holiday season!