CHARCOAL (chär′kōl′) A black porous form of carbon produced by heating wood or bone in little or no air.

“I want to provoke some thought through my drawings. The look of the face, the attitude of the body – I want to portray a moment in the life of that individual. I don’t necessarily want the viewers to see the same thing I do, but I want them to see something – determination in those eyes, suffering, and” he added, “some humor.” 

- William H. Jefferson



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