A detail from a sketch inspired by Leonardo da Vinci's "Vitruvian Man", a drawing in one of Leonardo da Vinci journals done around 1492 that depicts Leonardo's Canon of Proportions for the human figure. The original and mine both look grumpy.
The Denver Art Museum's new wing, the Frederic C. Hamilton Building designed by architect Daniel Libeskind.
The large reddish-orange steel sculpture in front sits in Acoma Plaza between the Denver Art
Museum and the Denver Public Library. The artwork's
official name is Lao Tzu (pronounced lou dzuh.) and was created by artist, Mark di Suvero.
MavConnections is a monthly newsletter published by the Office of Academic Affairs for faculty and staff at Mesa State College. One of my sketchbook pages can be found on page six of the September 11, 2007 issue. Click here to download the pdf file of the newsletter.