Monthly Archives: September 2014

See something, draw something! (and kill your iPhone)

A few days ago, I accidentally “water boarded ” and killed my iPhone when I swam in the Chattahoochee River near Jones Bridge. I didn’t get any useful information from the technique but I did enjoy 3 days of joy … Continue reading

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Two new pastels for Chattahoochee exhibit

Just finished these two new pastels of the Chattahoochee river for the show at Alliance Française. (Also they’ll be on display at the Mountain Conservation Trust fundraiser on October 11. Stay tuned for details.. This one is base on an … Continue reading

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Hot off the easel!

Just finished this pastel of early morning on the Chattahoochee for the Alliance Francaise exhibit (it will be on display at the Mountain Conservation Trust fund raiser in 3 weeks)

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More live sketches from Quebec…

After an overnight in Baltimore with my great friend Dr. McKay Jenkins and his lovely family, we crossed into Quebec for about the 50th time in 20 years. Other than that unusual encounter with a surely Quebec border guard, the time … Continue reading

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Live from Montreal, New York and Chicago

A few quick sketches shot live from my journal. Stay tuned for detailed report of cultural observations of Montreal, New York, and Chicago (here’s a clue …Chicago is friendlier than New York, Montreal, or Atlanta! I’ll explain…)    

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