Ray Caspio

"a shapeshifter of an actor" - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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Quinn Jaxon Sketch

I was totally inspired to sketch model Quinn Jaxon, based on one of his photographs for the Andrew Christian campaign.

Aside from being a gorgeous photo of a gorgeous guy, I was fascinated with the line going down the center of his back and the curve of his quadricep. All of his bodily curves captured so much sensuality and grace that I had to put him to paper!

Liza Minnelli Sketch

Bless me, Liza, for I have sinned. It's been over three years since I've been to church.

At least the last mass I attended was at the Palace. It was the last concert my grandma attended. A year ago today was the last time I saw my grandma at a place that wasn't the hospital or under hospice care at her house, where she passed away on May 23rd.

So many wonderful memories are connected with Grandma and attending Liza concerts at her side.

Jean Dujardin Sketch

Jean Dujardin as Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath
OSS 117: Le Caire, nid d'espions -OR- OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies
Hilarious. I loved The Artist. I loved this movie. Bonus: Berenice Bejo is in this film, too!

My crush continues.

Life Drawing: July 13, 2010

I had a very different internal energy going on tonight, put the pencil away during Gestures, and grabbed a plain old PaperMate Medium Point blue pen (my favorite). I really like the results. My mind was totally free and not worried about getting things right. It's a lovely state to be in: ready to play and willing to let whatever happens, happen. It works in acting, it works in drawing.
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Ray Caspio received a 2016 Creative Workforce Fellowship. The Fellowships is a program of the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture. Funding for the Fellowship program is made possible by the generous support of Cuyahoga County residents through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.