…One Basket” This is a pictorial example of the old adage: "Don’t put all your eggs in one basket". Like all my drawings it is done on white paper. The background is charcoal and the eggs are rendered in graphite pencil.
Illusion: I have always enjoyed trompe l’oeil, and artist J. Hillberry has dedicated a full section of drawings to this illusion technique. He says: “This entire image is drawn including the background, tape, and string.
After the Critic - A charcoal and pencil drawing by J.Hillberry --This entire image was drawn, including all the tape, torn paper, and background mat board. It is self-portrait that depicts what an artist has to do after a critic “rips them apart”.
ABIGAIL REYNOLDS, Collage Interior Long Gallery Created from three book plates showing rooms in different buildings. They have been spliced and folded together to form one continuous three-dimensional surface / one fictional room.