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Snow Pile By Any Means Necessary

The weather is turning warm again, getting back into the 20s (Fahrenheit). I’ve been able to sketch a couple snow piles this winter, but I think it wasn’t until almost the end of December that I got one!  Before the weather gets too warm and we want to think only of other things, I thought […]


Drawing in the Dark

Towards the end of last year Dick and I drove out one snowy night on an errand. We stopped at a gas station to fill up the tank. I took those few moments to quickly sketch the intersection before me. I did not have an interior car light. We were at a side pump that […]


Protected: Check Out My Article in Artists Magazine January/February 2019

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First page spread for 2018—a hardbound journal that is made with Stonehenge Aqua 140 lb. Cold Press watercolor paper. (Journal approx. 8 x 8 inches square.)

Protected: In Context: Snow Piles

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In a small landscape Hahnemühle Nostalgie journal I quickly sketched this snow pile with a fiber-tipped ink pen and washes pulled off my Pentel Brush pen with the Niji water brush.

Protected: Why I Love Snow Piles

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Bicycling: Some Thoughts

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Ken Avidor Sketches Snow Piles and You Should Too

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Snow Piles 2014

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Still More Snow Piles

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I’m Posting about Snow Piles over on Urban Sketchers—Twin Cities

No new post here today, but I didn't want you to miss my snow pile posts over at Urban Sketchers—Twin Cities. In February I found a very "worn" snow pile, before all the recent snow. Just after (or rather during) Tuesday's snow storm I sketched our barbeque grill in the yard. Yesterday I had a […]

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