9/28/14

MICA Lecture


This past week I traveled down to Baltimore to visit MICA The MFA Illustration Practice, to visit and critique Grad. Students and to give a lecture.  It was a great time, despite the rain. Thanks to Whitney Sherman and Joyce HesselberthLaurent Hrybyk, to to the many talent MFA students.

9/9/14

Sunday Life Drawing Session

 So much fun to relax and draw at Sunny's Bar in Red Hook
Brooklyn. Hanging out with cool
drawers and sculptors in a relaxed
environment.
Join us?

Drawings © Heidi Younger




9/6/14

Collection of the last few weeks

Moth found at a Brooklyn Park.
Smiley
Lucy in sun spot
My niece dog, Katy the 10 year old westie.  Great friend.





8/13/14

Travel Illustration Focusing on Women


Ladies grab your bikinis and meet at the 'female only’ beach resort. These illustrations were for the New York Times Travel section about travel type packages marketed specifically for women.
Seems fitting with the summer sneaking by so fast. 

I love the deco feel of the profile one, in general I love the deco period of the 20s-30s with the streamline machine-like style. I do appreciate the amazing fashion illustration from that same time period.

New York Times Travel Section
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/03/travel/zeroing-in-on-the-female-traveler.html?ref=todayspaper&_r=1

7/21/14

I Draw Naked People

Sunday afternoon life drawing at Sunny's Bar in Red Hook Brooklyn.  1-4 pm.

*See below for the flier

Join us! Very relaxed environment, awesome models, great music and there's wine.

One pose, 20 minutes 360' around. Great for Sculpting.




© Heidi Younger




7/18/14

ICON 8

I am recently back from the West Coast,
first I flew into San Francisco, one of my favorite cities. It was a chilly time in SF. As Mark Twain said, " The coldest winter I spent was a summer in San Francisco."
I agree Mark.
This time I got to the De Young Museum. What strikes me about museums outside NYC is how viewable the exhibits are. Less people, more space. There is something comfortable about this. I can study the works of art in my time without waiting. Less crowds, more space, and a smaller museum, less viewing fatigue.

The Conference was amazing,
I am glad I went. These ICONs are
necessary for our freelance profession.
Meeting people, talking, interacting, all good.
I left feeling very inspired.

I wanted to thank everyone for making me have such awesome laughs!
Made my sides hurt! Just the kind of ab work I needed.



















Back in New York now, and Moving!
I am moving to Red Hook Brooklyn next week. Plus moving into a new
studio to a place I've been itching to get into. Thanks David.


6/25/14