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Charcoal chalk drawing doodle by Hudson Valley artist Bryan Henry "Adirondacks"

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We are honored to present part of a body of work by living Mid Hudson Valley artist Bryan Henry. 

Bryan speaks about his works, calling them "doodles": 

"About 'Doodles':  I have no formal training.  Approximately one year ago, I was invited to create a woodworking project by a friend who had just created a "state-of-the-art" woodworking studio.  We began to brainstorm  about projects.  Numerous ideas began to flow.  In order to keep track of the ideas for various projects, I started to doodle our ideas on scraps of paper.   The next day, I purchased a sketch pad to attempt to capture some of these woodworking ideas.  I had no intention of creating drawings that might be considered art.  I simply wanted to doodle rough sketches of potential woodworking projects.  Unexpectedly, some of the doodles appeared to take on a life of their own.  I began to experiment with forms and images that had little or nothing to do with woodworking.  I subsequently purchased various easels, boxes of pencils and pads of varying sizes and textures.  I began doodling, not with the intention of becoming an "Artist" but to explore the possibility of whether or not I might be able to draw.  I gravitated towards drawing landscapes.  I grew up with an intense appreciation for nature.  I enjoyed camping as a Boy Scout and I enjoy wilderness-camping as an adult.  I like wide open vistas, cloudscapes, sunsets, full moons, tropical beaches and wilderness.  For me, each doodle is an escape into the timeless beauty of the natural world; it's where I've always lived in my imagination.  Being able to express my connection to nature by using pencil and charcoal is ineffable and gives me a profound sense of satisfaction.  I hope you enjoy my Doodles."  - Bryan Henry

Measurements:  Frame 14 1/2" x 11 1/2",  frame opening (art work) 9 1/2" x 7 1/2".