Ed Tillrock Unveils “Vintage Curves”
Ed Tillrock Unveils The First of a Series Featuring “The Queen of Cars” Genevieve Chappell at the Grand National Roadster Show.
Look for a new drawing among the vast portfolio from Ed Tillrocks’ drafting table in Building 9, Booth 103, at the Grand National Roadster Show, January 27-29, 2012 at the Fairplex in Pomona, California.
Tillrock will be unveiling “Vintage Curves” a 20” x 24” pencil drawing featuring “The Queen of Cars” Genevieve Chappell and a 1940 Indian Motorcycle. Ed is a master of graphite and has built a second career drawing cars and motorcycles. This past year he accepted a personal challenge to add people to his compositions. You may agree he has the talent for that sort of thing.
Genevieve Chappell will be at his table signing prints. With only a limited number available, they are sure to be a hit.
As artists and subjects go, there must be a certain chemistry involved. We find that runs true here. Genevieve likes to surround herself with talented people. Ed’s artwork is amazing, what at first looks like a nicely executed black and white photograph soon reveals itself as an incredibly detailed pencil drawing. Ed appreciates Genevieve’s modeling skills. She has the talent to set-up the exact pose that presents her form as an important part of the composition. Not only that, she is fun to draw, and now a great friend.
They met on Facebook. “Isn’t it where everyone meets these days.” Quips Genevieve. Genevieve is a TV Host, Spokesperson, and model from Southern California. Ed is from the Chicago area and they met “eye-to-eye” at SEMA this past year. “She stands tall in her heels and met my 6’4” frame perfectly.” Ed jokes.
So what’s in the future? They are looking at giving back to the community with a print for the Annual Cruising for a Cure and auctioning it off with 100% of the proceeds going directly to the City of Hope.
If you can’t make it to the Grand National Roadster Show and want to purchase a print or see more visit the Ed Tillrock Pencil Specialist store online or visit www.EdTillrock.com for more information.