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CLICK HERE for student sketchbook pageCLICK HERE for information about this palmetto palm sketchCLICK HERE for series  of sketchbook studies  
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CLICK HERE for information about Sketchbook about the artist's sketchbook and studies
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CLICK HERE for fist set of sketchbook pages sketchbook pages from the time of the artist as a student
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CLICK HERE for 6 sketchbook pages sketchbook pages from travels and studies
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CLICK HERE for 4 rural scenes sketches of a few rural scenes
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CLICK HERE for two sketches sketches of a child / toe in sand
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CLICK HERE for this series of sketches and painting details studies of lake water and mountains
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CLICK HERE for Southern Utah / Northern Arizona sketches sketches and studies of horses and riders
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CLICK HERE for more out west sketches and studies sketches seeking John Ford's Monument Valley
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CLICK HERE for sketches and studies sketches and studies influenced by old lithographs
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CLICK HERE for study in oils study of an N. C. Wyeth illustration
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CLICK HERE for bears exhibit in art gallery drawings of bears
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Sketchbook is a section of Bob Glover.com. It starts out with pages from a sketchbook and some loose sketches from the time time when he was a student. Notice that there are arrows for moving back and forth through the webpages of Sketchbook. Included in this section are finished drawings and paintings referred to as studies (for example). Several of the links to notes on works exhibited in the main gallery (Gallery 1) are to these sketchbook pages.

The exhibit of open sketchbooks in the page header is made up of three separate links*. The sketchbook on the left is linked to an enlarged view of the pages it shows. The sketchbook in the center is linked to a view of the artist's 1977 painting Costal Marsh / South Carolina that also shows and explains how sketches were used to produce it. The sketchbook on the right side of the header is linked to the first in a series of six pages that focuses on studying the works of other artists. These pages illustrate the following paragraph

I worked for 30 years in a business that had nothing to do with art but fortunately traveled to places where I was able to visit museums and galleries in my spare time. I carried along a sketchbook for making notes and studies. A newspaper article by Alice Eachus (Smoke Signals, June 2007) explains more about my sketchbooks.

Bob Glover, the artist

* The page header at the entry to Bob Glover.com is separated into links to different points of interest in the website. CLICK HERE to see an exploded view and learn more about them.

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CLICK HERE for full view of Wyeth study spacer I understand that when one artist studies closely the works of another its proper to give acknowledgement by flipping the copyright symbol. That's what I show in the detail to the left. I placed the backward "c" between my copy of the N. C. Wyeth signature and my own to acknowledge that I study his work.

Bob Glover, the artist

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