C’mon Spring!

In the middle of the coldest April in the Northeast ever – yes that means EVERY SINGLE DAY is a record low temperature for the month – we had one nice day. AND it was a Saturday! So I took advantage of this to run out to the park to do a little drawing. But…but…but…where […]

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Tis the land of many

China has always fascinated me. This is a detail from a really REALLY large drawing I did on location in Epcot’s China Pavilion. Check in next week to see the whole drawing.  Did you know … 30% of Chinese adults still live with their parents. Approximately 200 million people in China live on less than $1 a […]

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Last Day of Spring

A few years back on this very beautiful last day of spring I found myself looking at the masterful mid-century artist Robert Rauschenberg ALOT. I’m always in awe of how he created such fusion between type and image. I find it incredible and exciting …and yes (for many who know me), he’s genuinely left an indelible impression on all my work. Above is a poster […]

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Casual Sunday

Last Sunday while the weather was SPECTACULAR! we took the boys to a local park for some fun. There were plenty of people skirting about enjoying the moment. The body language between these two was so casual, so comfortable, just like the day itself. I couldn’t help wonder what they were saying. Maybe it was something like, […]

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foggy adventure

Yesterday we had so much fog in our area. It was remarkable. We couldn’t see the houses down the street, driving was a scary task and parks became a horror movie director’s dream come true. My family and I took a walk through one of our neighborhood parks to take advantage of this rare sight […]

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Hanging on

One last tree still pretending that autumn is not coming to a close. In all fairness it has been mild compared to last week and the fog did obscure the other trees. Maybe someone should tell the leaves to go.—Dominick FREE BOOK GIVEAWAY! In our new Facebook group, One Watercolor A Day, (view it HERE) […]

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The High Line

I spent some time in NYC this week and I had a chance to visit The High Line. The High Line is a park above Manhattan’s west side. Originally an elevated freight railroad line, it was converted into a public park and opened in 2009. It has a really interesting vibe and a totally different […]

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