Oh Bernie

Oh Bernie. I can only imagine what was going through your head in this moment. So, you’ve become a meme. I can only imagine what that means to you as well. Cute ole Bernie. Look at him now waiting for the Amazon delivery truck. Oh look, he’s hanging out with the guy from the Sopranos. […]

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The Capitol

I drew this image of the Capitol of the United States several years ago. At the time I drew it, I could never have imagined the events of the past week in our country. Let’s hope that we can pass this test on the ideals of democracy, and even, dare we say, come closer to […]

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Library of Congress

Also called the Jefferson Library, the building itself was indescribably beautiful. The Americans wanted to show that they are just as cultured and educated as any european city. Boy did they prove it with this building. One of the men behind it all… Thomas Jefferson, the 3rd president of the United States. I drew a […]

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Inauguration

Even though the big celebration is tomorrow, today is the official swearing in of Barack Obama for his second term. It’s a happy day for me! Above is a quick drawing I made last week while in Washington DC with our Dalvero class. It was a beautiful foggy morning, and as we walked toward the […]

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Canson Pads

I recently had the opportunity to do a series of illustrations for Canson Paper, to be featured on their various pads. This is a drawing I did of cherry blossoms, with colored pencil, that is featured on the Canson Mi-Tientes pads. The pads are available in stores now. I really enjoyed doing this one – […]

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Washington DC

I rang in the New Year by spending some time teaching with Margaret at our Dalvero Academy workshop in Washington DC. We had GREAT weather for the mall – 67 degrees – and then it snowed a few days later. But by then we were in the museums. Wow, the Smithsonian branches have so much […]

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