C’mon Spring!

In the middle of the coldest April in the Northeast ever – yes that means EVERY SINGLE DAY is a record low temperature for the month – we had one nice day. AND it was a Saturday! So I took advantage of this to run out to the park to do a little drawing. But…but…but…where […]

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Subway People

A great way to practice drawing is to draw people on the subway in NYC. Especially since I live in what’s considered the most diverse neighborhood in the city, I have a wonderful wealth of types of people to draw whenever I’m riding the train. Old people, young people, skinny, fat, happy, angry, bored – […]

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Eid Mubarak!

My NYC neighborhood of Jackson Heights is home to a large Muslim population from Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan. Since this weekend was Eid, the end of Ramadan, our local park was turned over to a Muslim prayer service on Sunday morning. The prayer service was fairly short, and the Imam spoke in both English and […]

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LGBTQ Rally

This reportage illustration is from a rally in front of the Stonewall Inn in New York’s Greenwich Village recently. The community came out in support of the trans-gender kids that will be affected by the new administration’s position rescinding protections that had allowed transgender students to use the bathroom that corresponds with their gender identity. […]

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Little India

A panoramic drawing I made last summer in the Little India section of Singapore. What a great city! I was there teaching a workshop at the 6th International Urban Sketchers Symposium. I’m happy to say that I have been invited to conduct a workshop at this year’s symposium in Manchester, UK! It’s called “Puzzling Out […]

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The Louvre

Michele’s recent post about the Picasso Museum in Paris made me think of my own times spent in that beautiful city. Here is a drawing of I.M.Pei’s famous glass pyramid in the courtyard of the Louvre. People seem to love it or hate it. I love it. Posted by Veronica

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