Saturday, January 25, 2020

One duck

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pencil, ink
The eddy at the downstream end of the island is a good place for a mallard to rest and look for a bite to eat. The water level in the river has gone down and everyone seems to accept that this is winter and it's not so bad. So, better get to work. Keep the home fires burning and take comfort in the lengthening daylight.
Come to think of it, I hear the sparrows making noise next door. That's my summons. Bonne journée!

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Wires

All the wonders of technology… the "wirelessness."

It should come as no surprise that they still need wires. And the wires are everywhere. Perhaps you don't really notice down here in the "civilized world." One of these wires goes down and we are extremely unhappy campers.

This message brought to you by the wires.

01-05-20-wires
01-10-20-wires
03-12-16-wires
04-12-15-wires
03-17-17-wires
03-31-18-wires

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Happy Old Year!

I'm almost done assembling my catalog raisonée for 2019. They'll be available for purchase on my website later this week. Here are screen grabs of the covers. Each paperback A5 book is approximately 200 pages.
Here is the store link to previous collections and other things.
2019 January-March
2019 April-June
2019 July-September
2019 October-December

Thursday, December 26, 2019

Christmas Day

Christmas Morning: All the world was quiet (unless you have small children) and it was a lovely time to go drawing at my usual spots. I hope you had a good holiday. You might put an extra helping of bird seed out.
These are all 18 x 24", pastel and ink.

12-25-19-hawk
12-25-19-riverbank
12-25-19-ducks

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Winter Welcome

So, winter is here. Not officially but in spirit; it's cold and snowy as you can see in last week's sketches below.
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12-09-19-dam
Winter followed me to Washington, D.C. over the weekend where my daughter was graduating from college. While she was having her picture taken at the Lincoln Memorial, I was sketching the fog-shrouded reflecting pool and what I could see of the Washington Monument. A flock of geese levitated and  decorated the air above the pool.
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But when I returned I discovered that Natick had had a lot of rain over the weekend. The island was inundated and a big tree was stranded on top of the dam. This is good as far as I'm concerned. Maybe it will attract some ducks.
12-17-19-bridge
12-17-19-dam

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