Art for Sale – Portraits in pen and ink!

I’ve been so in love with pen and ink recently. I’ve been on an absolute binge of art making with my microns, paint pens and some watercolors. I love to draw portraits in pen and I love a ton of colour so it’s a fun mix for me. I have about 20 or 30 of these portraits available (humans and animals) and will be getting them up on my websites over the next week or two. If you’re interested in the original or a print of either of these pieces, send me a note!

Is anyone else sweltering in this heat? I’m hoping tomorrow brings some relief for all of us. I know  a heat wave has hit much of North America and Europe too. I melt in humidity. My default is a cool autumn and spring, LOL. But I have been having a great time up at the cottage. There is cool water to dip into, boats to tour around in and cold wines to drink. These little things make everything good again.


A fancy cat


16 thoughts on “Art for Sale – Portraits in pen and ink!

  1. I love the pups. Much Much too HOTTEREST here also. I have to stay in I am allergic to the stupid heat. 106 feels like 110 is not even breathable. Blessings, Janet

  2. this heat wave has been relentless hasn’t it-and it’s the humidity that gets me too. Love your ink drawings with the splashes of vibrant colors- brilliant art!! Happy PPF!

  3. I am loving your ink art and yes I too am impressed with all the color. Haaa heat? I live on the Oregon coast were the wind takes the heat away. We hardly ever get heat here. Boo Hoo Hoo

  4. I love the contrast between the grey-tones and the colours, and I like how you add the small details in markers. Lovely work! We are melting too here, but I’m still enjoying it 🙂 Happy PPF!

  5. Love these pieces, Sal, especially your Frida. We’re sweltering here in British Columbia too (at least in our southwest corner of it), but the basement studio is delightfully cool. Wishing you the same, my friend!

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