In Memory

Often when I have a reportage job coming up, I’ll spend some time practicing on location before I start the project. This is one such drawing, made in my NYC neighborhood of Jackson Heights in February of this year. It was a cold but sunny day, and I scored a seat in the window of […]

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Color Studies

One of the ways that artists can work during the pandemic quarantine are online model drawing sessions, which create their own kind of graphics. Here are some color studies I did during one such session hosted by the Society of Illustrators in NYC last Thursday. Due to the coronavirus, we’ve had to postpone our Life […]

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Acts of Community Love

One bright spot of hope in this global pandemic has been the love that ordinary people are showing for each other. Acts of bravery, by those working in our hospitals; acts of kindness, by those delivering groceries, sewing masks, and checking in on neighbors; and acts of determination, by those working to find a cure […]

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Heart Angels

Heart Angels is a Thank You Card created to express gratitude and love to all the doctors and nurses, first responders, caretakers, medical workers, police officers, postal workers, delivery people, transportation workers, grocery store workers and cashiers, community organizers and everyone who is putting their health and their lives on the line for all of […]

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Prevailing Spring

If all goes well, and I self isolate, I will not see who this was originally intended for. I will not see the nurses, doctors, healthcare professionals, EMTs, police officers, firefighters, and the many other front line responders whose chosen professions are to help us. THEY CHOSE A PROFESSION TO HELP. A thought I can […]

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Love Has No Boundaries

This illustration, Love Has No Boundaries, is a THANK YOU to all of those dedicated people who work in our hospitals caring for those ill with covid19, the first responders who continue to answer the call, and the grocery store cashiers, bus drivers, delivery people, subway workers, community organizers, and everyone else who continues to […]

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Subway People

A great way to practice drawing is to draw people on the subway in NYC. Especially since I live in what’s considered the most diverse neighborhood in the city, I have a wonderful wealth of types of people to draw whenever I’m riding the train. Old people, young people, skinny, fat, happy, angry, bored – […]

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