Occupy Baltimore

Posted on Oct 22, 2011 in Drawing, Visual Journalism

A few drawings from Occupy Baltimore. Plus one from Camden Yards, and one from a trip to the barbershop in DC. I took my students down to draw at Occupy Baltimore on Friday. I plan to go back a few more times on my own to draw and interview more people~

Fells Point Drawings

Posted on Sep 30, 2011 in Drawing, Fieldwork, Visual Journalism

Today we headed to Fells Point to draw. It was warm and sunny out which led to a couple of drawings I am really happy with. I am drawing with a Pentel brush pen in an Archie Grand Jumbo sketchbook which opens up to a generous spread of 16″ x 24″. City Pier @ Fells […]

Cross Street Market

Posted on Sep 13, 2011 in Drawing, Visual Journalism

A few drawings from Cross Street Market~ Happiness is drawing on location 🙂 Cross Street Bar Joe – Cross Street Seafood Ellen at Rosie’s Posies

Grand Prix Drawing

Posted on Sep 2, 2011 in Drawing, Visual Journalism

Today was the first day of my Visual Journalism class. Luck has it that Baltimore is hosting the 2011 Grand Prix. I took the students down to the Baltimore Convention Center to draw race cars at the Paddock. For many of us, it was a brand new experience. The drawings were impressive from everyone! I […]

Sketchbook Project

Posted on Jan 17, 2009 in Art, Artists, Drawing, Illustration, Sketches

Here are more pages from The Sketchbook Project. After a rough week of work and re-work, I decided to take this Saturday off to go out and have some fun. My destination was to Jonathan Levine Gallery to see KINDLING, works on paper, linen, and canvas by James Jean. I was not disappointed. The best […]

The Sketchbook Project

Posted on Dec 28, 2008 in Art, Drawing, Sketches

This year I am participating in The Sketchbook Project 3 hosted by Art House. The theme is “Everyone we know”. Supplied sketchbooks are 3.5 x 5.5″ and is by far the smallest sketchbook size I’ve ever worked with. This afternoon I began my book during brunch. It was a welcome productive distraction to a job […]