Category Archives: drawing

Occupy Seattle

I stopped by Westlake Center the other day to check out Seattle’s Occupy Protest and do some drawing. I was curious to see the demonstrations and also to watch the crowd dynamics. I was really looking for two things: 1. … Continue reading

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Autumn Comes to Seattle

Fall is officially and earnestly here in the Northwest. The days are getting shorter, wetter and grayer. This means the growing season is pretty much over for most things,and it’s almost harvest time for some of the BEST things. (e.g. … Continue reading

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Earth Day (one of 365, annually)

My friends at Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park have invited me to celebrate Earth Day with them. (They must know I’m pro-Earth.) For Seattle Art Museum’s Family Festival: Earth Day for Kids, I’ll be spending the day inside Mark … Continue reading

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How Artists See

A friend recently asked me if, as a painter, I see differently. I stared at his face and thought about it… “Yes.” Since drawing and painting are about shifting perception, it makes sense that artists will literally look at the … Continue reading

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