from Famous Operas
| Tales of Hoffman
Schuyler Finishing the Last Details of "The Flying Dutchman"
Ever seeking challenges in creating art, Mr. Schuyler explored the
of rendering in graphite pencil.Discovering refinements not previously
explored, and being
very fond of opera, he sought to produce scenes from famous operas that
many types of surfaces: Human features, crisp, white linen, fur, deep,
highlighted areas – as many different surfaces as he could combine in
When he was finished he felt he had taken graphite
pencil rendering to its ultimate complexity and excellence.