No Clowns Here!

With just over 7 days to go until tricks or treats, my mind is on All Hallows’ Eve. While I certainly didn’t know what the difference was between a Holy Day and a holiday when I was a kid, I revered October 31 as the official start of the winter holiday season, what a triumvirate (New Years Day was […]

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HAPPY HALLOWEEN

Happy Halloween!! Did you know the origin of Halloween can be traced to an ancient pagan festival celebrated by Celtic people over 2,000 years ago? … it’s been said the Celts believed that at this time the dead could walk among the living and the living could visit with the dead. Not sure where to go with […]

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Halloween

It’s almost the end of October and you know what that means…Halloween! I made this drawing last year (or the year before?) when I took my Parsons illustration class to draw the kiddie Halloween parade and carnival in Washington Square Park in New York. Love the little guy with the skeleton suit. Halloween is the […]

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Spectators

Following up with my recent Halloween parade post (parade) I thought I’d put up this drawing I made of the spectators. You can see, some of the people are watching the parade, some are watching the watchers, and some are having a cocktail party on the city bench. It’s really a relaxed, easy scene – […]

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