Time Travel

Looking back Tuesdays have always been an issue. Since it’s Thursday I guess they still are. Work should be no excuse not to post but the past few weeks have been busy. Yesterday I gathered a nice new set of drawings and then fell asleep, much earlier than planned, and never posted. One drawing above, […]

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Toilet Paper

I have had the fortune in my life to have been able to see how things work. And more importantly, why. Trying to explain moments and processes to someone who has no point of reference for such a situation is sometimes near impossible. We need comparisons in life to make examples of, to build a […]

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Dean

Dean, one of the many workers and volunteers at Mystic Seaport who put in many, many hours of manual labor to get the Charles W. Morgan ready to sail this summer. She’s currently in New London, being fitted out for her journey through New England this summer. Very exciting! You can see her voyage itinerary HERE. posted […]

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In The Rigging

As some of you may know, Dalvero Academy (with Studio 1482) has been documenting the restoration of the whale-ship the Charles W. Morgan for the last few years. We had an exhibit of our reportage and illustration work inspired by the restoration, which opened at Mystic Seaport in 2012. (www.dalveromystic.com) This summer, The Charles W. […]

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Mystic Seaport

This is a drawing I made in the shipyard up at the Mystic Seaport Museum in Connecticut. For the past few years, Margaret and I have been bringing the artists of the Dalvero Academy – including several Studio 1482 members – up there to draw and document the restoration of the Morgan, the only wooden […]

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