This is a drawing from the afternoon with Liz Steel from Urban Sketchers and Veronica Lawlor from studio1482. I call this guy, (he doesn’t skate), Martini Man, because “he’s shaken, not stirred.” I drew him with consistent up and down sharp edged lines. He stands in the central area by the DJ and jiggers himself [...]
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Last week Veronica Lawlor and I went down to the Halloween Parade in the Village to make some drawings. We had a great time drawing together! My niece, Alison was also there with her friend, Trinka. It was one wild and crazy costume after another. Great night.
I was downtown on Wall Street today at 4:55 pm. I started to draw GW and the NYSE building and then heard the church bells ring at 5:00 pm. Now what! I expected something to happen on Wall St. at the NYSE: the walls would crumble, the roof would blow off or maybe the people who [...]
Another CPDSA skater. This skater was in perpetual motion and I think it shows!
These are just a few drawings of the characters skating at the Central Park Dance Skaters Association. And I do mean characters! They’re great people. They love skating and they love each other.
Angelica and Myriam drew these drawings today. I promised I would post their drawings tonight on my blog so they could see them. The drawing on the left is a portrait of me drawn by Angelica. Lovely! The drawing on the right is a bird drawn by Myriam. Myriam also drew a portrait of me, [...]
I was headed to Central Park today to make some drawings but discovered the Puerto Rican Day Parade instead! What a surprise, as I had assumed the parade would be long over, but apparently there were about 25 additional floats this year, so it was still going strong in the afternoon. I made a few [...]
This musician was playing in Central Park the other day. I liked drawing his hands. His face is great to draw too! His hands and fingers look like bird’s wings!