Sedona

Here is another pastel drawing I made while visiting Sedona with fellow 1482-er Margaret Hurst a few years ago. What a gorgeous place – the landscape is so beautiful you almost can’t believe it’s real! There are supposedly areas in Sedona called ‘vortexes’ where you can feel some kind of gravitational pull of the Earth. […]

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Street Hockey

is what I’ll be playing this morning. Yes, street. No ice, no skates. In fact, I’ve been playing on Sunday mornings for the last few years. Good exercise, competition, laughs. Here is a ‘rejected’ sketch of some ICE hockey players I drew for an editorial job I worked on a few years ago. You can […]

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‘Dear Little Mother’

In Haiti there’s a new program called “Ti Manman Cheri,” or Creole for “Dear Little Mother.” It aims to reach 100,000 families in four of the capital’s poorest neighborhoods. Mothers with children enrolled in the first through sixth grades, as well as take part in vaccination programs, can receive up to $20 a month if they keep the […]

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The Half Moon

If you have ever traveled along then Hudson River in New York, particularly via Metro North Railroad which rides along the river, you may have witnessed an odd looking ship that seems out of place among all the tug boats and tankers that crowd the waters. That vessel may have been the Half Moon, a […]

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