Lost…

April 28, 2010Drawings, Journeys, Sketchbooks 7 Comments

For those who have been wondering if I fell off the end of the earth, unfortunately for many weeks I was teleported to another dimension called Really Hard Work. Not just the brain-drain kind of hard work, but also the kind that completely wears you out by the end of the day. I was able … Read More

Winter Olympics 2010

February 21, 2010Blog, Drawings, Sketchbooks 4 Comments

Recently back from Japan and still suffering jetlag… So it’s nice to just veg out in the evening and watch the winter olympics in Vancouver. Here are some couch potato ink brush drawings of Olymipic ice dancing using my travel watercolor set and my new-found joy – Japanese waterbrushes. Waterbrushes are plastic pens that you … Read More

Hammered Moleskein

February 10, 2010Blog, Journeys, Sketchbooks 2 Comments

This time I thought I’d start a journal right by working on the cover first! The “1” looks like I got a little heavy with the hammer, but other than than, I’m pretty happy with how the letters turned out.

Sitting in the back

January 29, 2010Blog, Drawings, Sketchbooks 9 Comments

When I go to videotape an event, I usually sit on the back row or in an aisle seat so I can easily get up and down as needed. The other day at the Creamery Arts Center, I sat in the back, only to be delighted to have the opportunity to draw some wonderful hairstyles … Read More

Merry White Christmas!

December 25, 2009Blog, Drawings, Holidays, Sketchbooks 4 Comments

I’ve been drawing stuff in the sky this week and looking at photos of space, astronauts, and the Hubble…. animations of fireworks…. Today we woke to a gift from the sky – snow! This the first White Christmas I can remember in a long time. Mochi and I went on a very early morning walk. … Read More