Lego Reportage

During my years working as a reportage illustrator, I have drawn in many of the world’s most fantastic cities. But this reportage assignment may have just been the most fantastic of all. A few years ago, I was contacted by Matthew McNerney of RAA to work with him and the team to design dioramas for […]

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The Bean

I just returned from Chicago, setting for the 8th International Urban Sketchers Symposium. I always enjoy these events, not only because it’s a chance to re-connect with friends made over the years, but also because I meet so many people in my workshops who are excited to be drawing on location. What could be better […]

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A cup of joe

 Yesterday morning not long after all the busy-ness of the morning’s demands settled down I decided to do something out of the box and get a cup of coffee. Not an ordinary cup of coffee but a “pumpkin spiced latte”. Maybe it was the change in weather or maybe it was just ’cause it was a new day. […]

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Parisian Flower Shop

While strolling around Paris last weekend, Neil and I came across this lovely flower shop. So Parisian – a wrought iron cage surrounding beautiful fragrant blooms. And it was somebody’s birthday, so there was a little party going on inside. It reminded me of a Renoir. So lovely. Every time I return from Europe, I’m […]

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Times Square Wow!

As Margaret mentioned in last week’s post, she, Despina and I spent an afternoon together recently, doing some drawings in Times Square. The place was loaded with tourists, all craning their necks and popping their heads around to see all the hoopla that is the crossroads of the busiest city in America. Political protests, naked […]

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Zakim Bridge

A drawing of the Zakim Bridge in Boston. I love the elegance of this bridge. I remember being very cold when I made this drawing, and there was a group of street people with a somewhat menacing air right near me, but neither of those things could break the impact seeing this bridge in twilight […]

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