Tag Archives: cityscape
Learning to make simple statements from busy scenes, about 20 minutes each.
More and more tent camps visible around the city.
Playgrounds close up and in the distance.
At a freeway offramp, a man asking for spare change flags himself with balloons. The local library branch was recently remodeled. It has self-checkout with OCR readers, laptops to lend for in-library use, and I just noticed usb outlets in … Continue reading
This started as a sketch of two old men sitting on a bench in front of the library on an overcast day. Two police SUVs pulled up in front of the library, blocking my view, and when they left a … Continue reading
I drew this scene once before, the Here There sign sculpture on the Berkeley Oakland border. At that time it was just big letters on a lawn facing a busy intersection. Now a homeless camp sits among the letters. … Continue reading
Along a fence that screens construction in Dimond Park.
There’s a row of buildings facing a railroad track in a semi-developed part of town, most of which are functioning businesses. But one of them is an old wooden building with windows askew and gaping holes, so falling-apart that it … Continue reading
Morning drizzle, the darkest shadows were on this little tree, and all around were muted colors.