The inked and watercolor completed sketch from my trip to New York last month. I admit that I used a little artistic license on the image to the left and to the right of the green building. So if you see this and wonder if that is your residence, who knows... it might be?
The Old House designed by architect Robert Reamer and completed in 1903 is one of my favorite destinations.
I am honored to be returning to Yellowstone National Park this fall as an instructor for the Yellowstone Association Institute. My course "Capturing Fall Colors in Your Travel Sketchbook" is open for registration now. It will be a three-day workshop September 21-23, 2012.
This was done in my Japanese Red Maruman sketchbook. So far all the drawings in this book use a storyboard format [film (widescreen 1.85.1 / .825” x .446” aspect ratio)]. This is a work in progress based off a photograph I took last summer during a trip to the Denver Botanic Gardens. More to come...
My latest sketch/drawing is a view of Mt. Garfield looking
through the branches of an orchard in Palisade, Colorado last spring. I originally
intended to watercolor the entire view, but as with my other watercolor pieces,
I ended up with a more selective approach and I am happy with the end result.