Monthly Archives: August 2015

Surgery live sketchbook part II

Here are some pages from my sketchbook, before, during and after surgery on Monday. Recovery has been steady. This is day six. I’m now weight baring with a cane and should be driving in a few days. When I told … Continue reading

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This just in! Live sketches from surgery!

I sketched the image above (pencil and watercolor on board, 11″X15″) for publication in the AJC . It ran on July 30, 2008 as a cover for “Better Health” section (sorry, the section no loner exists). The scene was based on … Continue reading

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My father on Julian Bond

This morning I called my father, former Newsweek Bureau Chief in Atlanta in the 1960s-1980s. I tried to interview him about his memories of Julian Bond. To my surprise, I only got through the first question and then he was off … Continue reading

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Julian Bond remembered by my father.

Just finished this quick sketch of Julian Bond based on a 1960s photo. Coming tomorrow, a live interview with my father, Newsweek reporter who knew Bond since the 1960s civil rights era. Don’t  miss it! Below is a vintage 1960s … Continue reading

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THE GREATEST GENERATION 1930s and the LITTLE RASCALS

Just finished this addition to one of the 5 portraits commissioned earlier this year. It is based on a 1930s photo of the Atlanta patriarch of the Winship family, “Papa Joe” with two of his four daughters, Lil and Lane. … Continue reading

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Best show ever! Thank you art patrons!

Based on turnout and art purchases, last weekend was my best Tate show ever! Thank you to all who showed up and bought art. Seven years ago, when I started this journey of as an independent artist,  my colleague and … Continue reading

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