Beloved Austin based Illustrator Graham Franciose understands subtle emotion. Each of his pieces is full of thought and his characters seem to ponder you as you peruse their details and expressions.

“A lot of my work deals with the quiet moments in a story, between the excitement and action where characters deal with internal conflicts, doubt, loneliness, wonder, apprehension. My work often comes across as sad and melancholy, but there is always a sense of hope that I am trying to portray.”

You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll sympathize. Graham’s art makes you feel. For more feels, check out his website.

The News Traveled Fast, and Slowly Engulfed Him, watercolor, ink and gouache on coffee stained paper, 12" x 12"
The News Traveled Fast, and Slowly Engulfed Him, watercolor, ink and gouache on coffee stained paper, 12″ x 12″
Fools, watercolor, ink and gouache on coffee stained paper, 18" x 24"
Fools, watercolor, ink and gouache on coffee stained paper, 18″ x 24″
Unable To Let Go, Even Though..., Ink and gouache on coffee stained paper, 18" x 24"
Unable To Let Go, Even Though…, Ink and gouache on coffee stained paper, 18″ x 24″
The Lesson, ink, gouache, and 22k gold leaf on coffee stained paper, 16" x 20"
The Lesson, ink, gouache, and 22k gold leaf on coffee stained paper, 16″ x 20″

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