Africa from the Customs House, the Battery Manhattan
14” x 17” oil stick, oil pastel, chalk pastel, graphite and colored pencil on paper, ©2017
Forrest on horseback 2
22′ x 8″ pencil, ink, gesso, gouache on torn paper, ©2018
God from the Met
14” x 17” chalk pastel on paper, ©2015
Madonna and Christ Child [blue-orange2]
Ink, gesso, goauche, pencil on paper, 24” x 9”, ©2018
Three Women from Tomb – Green-Wood Cemetery
oil stick, oil pastel, chalk pastel, graphite and colored pencil on paper, 14” x 17” ©2018
Howard Skrill is an artist/educator and is the creator of the Anna Pierrepont Series, drawings and paintings that he has been making of public statues and occasionally their removals and subsequent absences. This images have been published standing alone and included in pictorial essays published worldwide and subject to a number of exhibitions in the United States. The work of the Anna Pierrepont Series explores the erasure of public and private memory that is the companion to the installation and occasionally the removal of public monuments. Howard lives with his wife in Brooklyn, NY.
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