I love this quick, little Dusti Bongé Biloxi sketch – with a surprise! The distinctive sense of place. The lively color. The thin, speedy line
In this particular series, Dusti Bongé kept exploring various gridded compositions. A grid, of course, is a very reduced form of geometry.
My friends at the Dusti Bongé Art Foundation in Biloxi, MS have a new exhibition on site. This artwork relates directly to it.
This is a sketch from one of Dusti Bongé’s earliest sketchbooks. Herewith a scene of a favorite subject matter to Dusti for years: the circus.
This week, we travel to Biloxi through the eyes of Dusti Bongé Biloxi native daughter and longtime resident.
Dusti Bongé sketch drawings provide insight into the artist’s practice and interests. Enjoy this Dusti Bongé self portrait sketch.
This week we have a Dusti Bongé color sketch, Winsor Wirebound Sketch Book, page 1, 1980, pastel on paper, 8 ¾” x 6”.