Two years ago when coming back from a medical conference I picked up a puppy in Ohio and drove over 450 miles back to NYC. The drive took 2 days and we did some serious bonding, taking our time sketching along the way. Here is our journey…
Our first stop was a defunct factory with an old diesel locomotive in Mansfield, Ohio. He watched me from the car, his first exposure to a sketcher. He is thinking, “Hope he feeds me as well as he draws…”
The pooch slept in the car while I grabbed some breakfast and made a quick sketch of people at the next table – a couple taking the parents out.
Saw this incredible nuclear reactor and stopped to paint it.
My dog (named Winslow after my favorite painter) enjoyed watching me paint. Check out the reactors in the background.
Painted a farm late afternoon from the top of a hill. While sketching, my car battery died because I left something on, but thats another story…
Winslow looked at the sketch and said, “Great job human, now feed me.”
Enjoy the remainder of the summer Sketchers, and I hope to see you all soon!
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Hospital Closure and the Gift of Time
Remembering Susan Perl – Illustrator
My Art Library: Drawing the Head & Figure, by Jack Hamm
Life and Art at the Bowery Gallery
Art, Dementia, and Elder Abuse: The Sad Story of Peter Max
Another Art Supply Store Closes
Sketching at the Museo del Prado
Jean Martin Charcot: Physician and Urban Sketcher
Goya’s Physician and the Art of Caring
Tradition and Healing at the Santa Fe Indian Market