Nor’easter

Snow Day! Here in the Northeastern corridor of the United States we are being blanketed with snow from a nor’easter storm. Predictions are over a foot of snow falling in NYC; probably more further north. Pictured is a drawing of the Zakim Bridge in Boston, standing tall during the storm. Keep warm and safe everyone! […]

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Swan Boats

What a difference a year makes! A year ago in August I made an initial trip to Boston, to scout out locations for a reportage commission for The Newbury. The Public Garden is so lovely, and I spent a lot of time last fall enjoying the romance of the swan boats drifting in and out […]

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Never Forget

On a recent trip to Boston with Dalvero Academy we spent the afternoon in Copley Square. The square is beautiful, historical and modern. Under a small leafy green tree across the street from the Boston Public Library is the finish line for the Boston Marathon where a small wooden memorial is representing the four people […]

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Old Ironsides

Another ship drawing, this time of the USS Constitution, docked in Boston harbor. I sailed up to the Constitution on board the Charles W. Morgan (more on that in a later post) and she was an awesome and imposing sight. The Morgan felt light and airy next to the Constitution’s huge black hull and black […]

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Zakim Bridge

A drawing of the Zakim Bridge in Boston. I love the elegance of this bridge. I remember being very cold when I made this drawing, and there was a group of street people with a somewhat menacing air right near me, but neither of those things could break the impact seeing this bridge in twilight […]

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