Tag Archives: watercolor
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.
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
More warmups, using faces from two sources. The first set is from Alex Kayser’s book, Heads. The photos are all black and white, so I can’t really know what the actual skin colors are. The second set is from photos … Continue reading
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
Shadow has come out of his crate and now naps in any of three dog beds scattered around the house. He also shows the usual doggy interest in squirrels when we walk through the park. Tomorrow he’s on his way … Continue reading
Another painting of Charlotte the rat terrier, in progress.