Tag Archives: landscape
Morning sun hangs low in the sky. Thanksgiving Day the park is almost empty. Almost.
Learning to make simple statements from busy scenes, about 20 minutes each.
Playgrounds close up and in the distance.
The big oak is not the first tree in Dimond Park that has had to be cut down. A giant stump next to the utility building memorializes another old oak. The peeling sign reads “Please respect this educational display of … 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
In the tot lot next to the doomed oak is a a circular structure with a sign on it that says “Do not climb.” I suppose the little seats mean it’s just a fancy bench, but those big parallel arcs … Continue reading
It’s pretty much a routine to go to the park with Shadow every morning, still finding things to draw. And here’s the doomed oak again. I’m studying it as much as I can while it’s still here. The space will … Continue reading
Here’s the doomed oak again, the one that lost half its trunk after the last rain. Around one o’clock the sun just lit the outer branches, leaving the inner branches in shadow. It looks almost like a head of broccoli … Continue reading