Memories

Looking back on this year and looking through some old work, I found this drawing I made in Paris in 2006 on the Champs Élysées. This was during the Tour de France, I believe, and the famous avenue was as crowded as I’ve ever seen it. Old drawings are memories. I look forward to finding […]

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Main Street USA

  I have loved parades for as far back as I can remember—on the television, on the sidelines, blocks away—there is always something that seems so magical about so many different types of people celebrating in unity. The pageantry of the next honored participant, gazed at by young and old along the edges, overflowing into […]

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stReEt cOLor

A few months back I wrote and posted a drawing I did while standing on what’s been called the most expensive strip of real estate in Europe, La plus belle avenue du monde (”The most beautiful avenue in the world”) also known as theAvenue des Champs-Élyséesin Paris, France. It got me thinking about what defines […]

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Just like home

It is hard to explain the differences in how it felt to enter the park in Disneyland. I only had a day on a recent vacation to California, and I it wasn’t all for me. Kids apparently love the place too. Go figure. Unlike my children, I didn’t step foot into a Disney park until […]

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stReEt cOLor

A few months back I wrote and posted a drawing I did while standing on what’s been called the most expensive strip of real estate in Europe, La plus belle avenue du monde (”The most beautiful avenue in the world”) also known as the Avenue des Champs-Élysées in Paris, France. It got me thinking about […]

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