Another illustration in a developing series of street scenes. 2 weeks ago, it was just Frankfort Avenue. Today, both […]
Sitting in front of me, I heard the whisper, the call. Draw us. Cha-Cha.
… came the form, came the thrill, came the life.
This is a train trestle within and without. It is a bit of realism attached to my creative hand, where embellishment […]
Early in the morning, flowers dance in the alleys and know the sun is coming. It is toward their end this year. […]
Yesterday, I helped my best friend Kathy shop for dinner. She is probably the best chef I have ever experienced […]
While illustrating my friend Kathy’s banana trees, all I could think of was Harry Belafonte singing Day-O. If you know […]
My wife works in an upscale department store, which requires expensive clothing and shoes. As a former art gallery manager, […]
Under the table at Molly Malones attracted me today. Nice shoes, prints, shadows and wood. What else could be better […]
Inspired by Harrie Nijland’s (https://harrienijland.wordpress.com/2015/04/26/shooting-posters-prt6/), Shooting Posters series, I decided to “shoot” one myself, rather sketch. Outside of my local […]
Un cafe et pain au chocolat. Manouche, psst, non. Il est temps pour le déjeuner. J’adore Nagasaki. Mes pieds sont […]
Cafe sketching is fun and instructive. If you can’t get the gesture, you can’t get the feel. Everyone moves like […]
Throat-scorched with car pipe fumes
and with rusted sounds
from last week.
I'm tired of winter and am celebrating Spring with a reminder that nature finds a way to live, to find joy in a simple bloom.
Today was finally warm enough to venture out, feel the sun and sketch. The plan worked to perfection. Woodford Reserve […]