Drawing musicians is good medicine.

I love drawing musicians.

As a completely non-musical person, they are like sorcerers to me. They possess dynamic energy and their movements are both repetitive and startling. I drew this guy on the U both because I love banjos and because of his young-Frank-Zappa good looks! banjetar man november 2016 by Suzanne Forbes

These two guys performed at the delightful holiday party for the wonderful company my husband works for. It was at a totally wonderful, secret venue hidden behind a hof full of bins. I’ll get their names after the break, right now everyone is off for the holidays.aklamio-holiday-party-dec-13-by-suzanne-forbes

2 thoughts on “Drawing musicians is good medicine.

  1. Pat Ketchum

    Just imagining how much the banjo player wants to share his music by bringing it to folks on the U. I often wonder how musicians can remember the music in their heads and play it for hours sometimes. Never mind how they come to create new music. I wish my brain worked that way a little.

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