I was looking through some of my older notebooks and I came across this drawing I made of two kinda whacky ladies at Epcot in the Chinese Pavilion. God I love how amazing and different people can be. I really love to “people watch!” Definitely one of my favorite things to do in life!
A drawing made in Jackson Heights, NYC, my new home base!
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A model drawing made with the ”Magic” pencil! Multi colors – you never know what’s going to come out!
another iPad drawing of a place I saw during a car ride. -Despina
Spent a weekend with Veronica, Margaret, and the Dalvero members in Mystic. It was nice to the see our show again and I started working on a new project. —Dominick
Had a chance to travel back up to Mystic Seaport last weekend, to make a few more drawings of the Morgan before they lower her back into the water. The Dalvero Academy exhibit artists will be there to document the event and we want to do a few more drawings before it happens.
It’s amazing to see the same ship we’ve been drawing for two years, yet with all the newer wood put in place, she looks different. The spirit is still there, though.
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PS I had the pleasure this week of being interviewed by Tracy Kaler for her blog, Tracy’s New York Life. Check it out HERE.
This is a tiny torri watercolor, 3.5″ X 3″, with caran d’ache accents. I painted/drew the torri at Epcot Center at Disney World in Orlando. Pretty abstract and hugely fun to paint! I highly recommend it!
A few years back, I had the opportunity to get up close and personal with a couple of (very large) horses. I mainly did a lot of shooting that day as their handler had them trotting, galloping and doing all kinds of things. But as I was looking through the photos recently, I found a few drawings that I did that day. Here are a couple.