Tag Archives: sketchbook

Gap

Most of the wood has been removed from the old oak that fell after last year’s rains. A few logs remain, and the odd shape of the tree that grew next to the big oak, now no longer overshadowed by … Continue reading

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Faces at a Party

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Redwood Road

Late afternoon at Joaquin Miller Park, sitting on a low wall, facing downhill at Redwood Road.  

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Three Strokes

I was shown a warmup exercise called “Three strokes and you’re out.” The idea is to create a drawing using only three lines.  One line means without lifting your pen off the paper. These were done at Middle Harbor Shoreline … Continue reading

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Playground

Kids were running all over the playground today. I couldn’t keep up.

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Lawn Tree

In a park surrounded by oaks and redwoods, this little tree sits in the middle of a lawn, the only one whose leaves turn red in the fall.

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Winter Sun, Stairs

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Winter Sun

 

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Evening

Threw a blanket over a chair next to the desk, and Shadow went to sleep in the chair.

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Quiet Time

Morning sun hangs low in the sky. Thanksgiving Day the park is almost empty. Almost.  

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