"The Cook"

- Pastel on paper

( 9 x 11.5 )

         Difficult hours, away from family,without holidays, even the most mentally sound of these artists stray. Their formal appearance illustrates  commitment. “Their completed meal” or the finished product is the most valued creation which confirms their persona, image, or occupation as an artist.  

                                 PHILIP HAWKINS GEIGER

"Blonde Gentleman"
- Pastel on paper 
(11 x 14)
            Self portrait with fedora 

                                                          - PHILIP HAWKINS GEIGER

"Blonde Gentleman"

- Pastel on paper 

(11 x 14)

            Self portrait with fedora 

                                                          - PHILIP HAWKINS GEIGER

" Boy’s attempt to evade bedtime "
- Pastel on paper
( 18 x 24 )

             A more pleasant childhood memory of being rather stealthy when approaching bedtime, wondering what goes on while I am asleep. Curiosity was stifled as a boy, but it is now a trait I value and keep in my daily life. I do mind my own business and respect the privacy of others of course. However as an artist, I live in large part for a glimpse, peek, or a short gaze at another’s life like or unlike my own. As a expressionist i must realize how they change the way I feel about the life I live.   
- PHILIP HAWKINS GEIGER

" Boy’s attempt to evade bedtime "

- Pastel on paper

( 18 x 24 )

             A more pleasant childhood memory of being rather stealthy when approaching bedtime, wondering what goes on while I am asleep. Curiosity was stifled as a boy, but it is now a trait I value and keep in my daily life. I do mind my own business and respect the privacy of others of course. However as an artist, I live in large part for a glimpse, peek, or a short gaze at another’s life like or unlike my own. As a expressionist i must realize how they change the way I feel about the life I live.   

- PHILIP HAWKINS GEIGER

"Classroom"

- Acrylic paint on canvas

( 18 x 24 )

 -Philip Hawkins Geiger

"Mars The God of War"
Pastel on paper
- ( 8 x 10 )
        The mythological god’s frame seen nearly parallel to the left side of the pages edge. A boundary or a line formed intended to serve as a frame is of a yellowish white. The same color used to illustrate key portions of the portrait, being the right eye and the eyebrows. This indicates how intense the anger and tells those who believe how close we are to a war cry.                                  
                                                                         Philip Hawkins Geiger  

"Mars The God of War"

Pastel on paper

- ( 8 x 10 )

        The mythological god’s frame seen nearly parallel to the left side of the pages edge. A boundary or a line formed intended to serve as a frame is of a yellowish white. The same color used to illustrate key portions of the portrait, being the right eye and the eyebrows. This indicates how intense the anger and tells those who believe how close we are to a war cry.                                  

                                                                         Philip Hawkins Geiger  

"Absinthe"
-Pastel on paper
(9.5 x 11)

                                                         - Philip Hawkins Geiger

"Absinthe"

-Pastel on paper

(9.5 x 11)

                                                         - Philip Hawkins Geiger

"Chivalry"
Pastel on paper
( 9 x 11 )

                                                 -Philip Hawkins Geiger

"Chivalry"

Pastel on paper

( 9 x 11 )

                                                 -Philip Hawkins Geiger

" Man with Dog "
- Pen on Paper
( 9.5 x 11 )

              “It must be the simple things in life.”
                                                                     -Philip Hawkins Geiger

" Man with Dog "

- Pen on Paper

( 9.5 x 11 )

              “It must be the simple things in life.”

                                                                     -Philip Hawkins Geiger

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" The Preferred Instrument "
- Marker on paper
( 9.5 x 11 )
- Philip Hawkins Geiger

" The Preferred Instrument "

- Marker on paper

( 9.5 x 11 )

- Philip Hawkins Geiger