Navajo art

So I joined in another one of my son’s classes again. This time he was learning about the Navajo people and made art using powder pigment and mountain stencils that depicts the landscapes of the southwest. I tried to weave the landscapes together as I was inspired by the Navajo weavings. The mythology and culture […]

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Thinking of Ellada

  I am re-posting a drawing from a few years back that I made in Greece. I was thinking about how intertwined the culture, sea, air, and the earth are in this scene. Greece is an extraordinarily beautiful place. My thoughts are with the people of Greece who are headed for very difficult times. It […]

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Purple hat

It was fun drawing at the Society of Illustrators last week. Scooter LaForge was there with models who were wearing his art as fashion. The styles were fantastic, they looked like the walls from 1987 LES came alive and were walking around. However in this drawing I decided to focus on the models lovely hair […]

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Green but not Irish

Irish, Greek. What’s the difference right? Here’s a bit of green for the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day from the famous olive tree of Vouves in Crete. It would’ve been even greener if it wasn’t for the rare heavy snow from this past winter that broke off many of its branches. Gotta love climate change! […]

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Collaborative Drawing

       At the New Museum in NYC for the Pawel Althamer’s “Draftmen’s Congress” exhibit with Dalvero Academy yesterday, we had a terrific time! The artist invited people to draw and paint everywhere and anywhere in the gallery space. What fun. Spontaneous drawing at it’s best. Great sense of freedom, it made us feel like kids. […]

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Stingrays

I was at the Turtleback Zoo with my son the other day and we spent a lot of time at the stingray touch tank. At first he was not brave enough to go ahead and touch, so I cheered him on and he was able to do it. Then came the inevitable “Now it’s your […]

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