For this drawing, Brown-Davidson used Microns and a dip pen. Her favorite technique is stippling, which she uses to build up values. She’s attracted, in portraiture, to rendering faces with character. She draws using many different media, but her favorites are graphite and India ink.
Terri Brown-Davidson is a fiction writer and poet whose first book of poetry, The Carrington Monologues, was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Her first novel, Marie, Marie: Hold On Tight, was published to excellent reviews. In writing she’s received many honors, including the AWP Intro Award, the New Mexico Writer’s Scholarship, a Yaddo residency, and an honorable mention in The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror. In drawing and painting, she’s received a scholarship for her work in colored pencil, has participated in group shows, and has published in Phoebe and other journals.
A Song for Terri