For the Dogs

Truth be told I am posting this and last weeks drawings late. Why? Because I started the drawings and wasn’t happy with them until this afternoon. Tomorrow based on the time stamp above. Until 2 minutes ago I had not seen that Ronnie posted another beautiful cherry blossom yesterday. Spring seems to be on everyones […]

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memory lane 2

Here’s a another drawing from college. First we made a sculpture portrait from the model, which I also still have, and then we made a drawing exploring all the angles of the sculpture. I chose to pay homage to the great Leonardo Da Vinci. Ink and chalk on watercolor paper. ~Despina

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The Jazz Butcher

I’ve been quite the show-goer lately and spent Monday night at a small room on the lower east side of Manhattan watching one of my favorite musicians. Pat Fish, aka The Jazz Butcher performed with long-time band mate Max Eider at the Cake Shop. It was nice to see them again, the last time was […]

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Wrigley Field

On a recent trip to Chicago, I took my family to Wrigley Field, a baseball landmark. The 98 year old ballpark is incredibly charming and the lack of modern conveniences makes it feel a bit more like what it’s supposed to be, a day at the ballgame. Some of these new stadiums make it almost […]

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