In the summer 2008 issue of Drawing magazine, we discussed how Omaha artist Kent Bellows was a masterful draftsman who took the time to contemplate a vision and complete works that would endure past his untimely death. We offer more examples of his pencil drawings in this online exclusive gallery.
|Susan, Study for Four-Figure
1989, graphite drawing, 16 x 10. Courtesy Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas.
|Winter Kill No. 1
1994, drawing with ink spots, possibly pastel and charcoal, 38 x 23. Collection Ross and Kathleen Bellinghiere.
|Laurie in Leavenworth Street Studio
1991, graphite drawing, 22½ x 33½. Collection Erwin Kelen.
|Self-Portrait: Near Highway 12
1992, graphite drawing, 15 x 24. Collection Peter and Jennifer Buffett.