Category Archives: Sketchbook scans

Watercolor Sketches – The Mugello, Ospedaletti and Sorrento

A few more watercolors and drawings, all from Italy. Most recent of these are from the summer of 2014. Working small, working fast …

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Old Drawings – Guatemala ’73

I happened on a small black unlined sketchbook in my bookcase, one that I had taken to Guatemala in my late teens. Ostensibly on my way to Machu Picchu in Peru, Guatemala was as far as I got, based on … Continue reading

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Watercolor sketches the Mugello and Ospedaletti

Recently took some time to scan in a few small (postcard size) watercolor sketches from my last visit to Italy. I love how looking at these again brings back the memories of sights and scents of a place and time … Continue reading

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Senior Couple Crossing Leary

Sightings of distracted people looking at their smartphones as they cross the street are the norm these days; what set this couple apart was their apparent age. Early seventies I would guess, a nimble and distracted early seventies.

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In the Clinic – random drawing

A couple drawn half from life, half from memory; a quick vignette from the waiting room yesterday. Drawn on my iPad using ProCreate software at 6B pencil setting.

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