I sat outside my bank and started drawing the scaffolding in front of me, and then the stuff behind that.
Yesterday November 26, 2008
Lovely, scenic brussels November 26, 2007
I had a 2.5-hour layover in Brussels this morning, on my way to Dublin, so I did some drawings from a seat in the middle of the shopping area.
Some signs were reflected on the shiny floor:
I have decided that Brussels is an excellent
country city, by the way, because everything is in both French and Dutch: two languages I can’t speak at all but love to listen to.
“Feed me” November 1, 2007
I planted some seeds very late in the season and they’re just blooming, just as we’re getting our first frost. How smart am I? So I have some late blooming flowers out on the porch. I hope this image isn’t too big.
30 December 1, 2006
11/30/06: Not only is it the last day of the month, but “30” is old-time journalism slang for “The End.”
Wordplay November 25, 2006
This seemed like a good idea…
My husband and I recently watched the movie Wordplay and for the last couple of weeks we have attempted to do the NYTimes crossword puzzle. The first few days of the week are no problem but by the time we get to Friday we start “googling” answers!
Glue November 22, 2006
Decided to draw with text.
I dunno, why not 5? November 20, 2006
11/19/06: This was inspired by Jasper Johns, although you don’t see a lot of stippling in his work.
By the way, the New York Times Book Review has picked its 10 best-illustrated children’s books for 2006. All the illustrations in the slide show are terrific, but oddly, I find the Maurice Sendak less interesting than several of the others.
The We November 10, 2006
11/9/06: The upper left-hand corner of Page 84 of the Oct. 2, 2006, issue of New York magazine. The headline says, “The Week,” but I ran out of room, so I had to get the “ek” out of there. … Um, sorry.