Ink and watercolor, 9″ x 12″
I sketched this abandoned shop in Houston’s Fifth Ward last week. The morning was grey and dreary which influenced my color choices a great deal. The teal of the sign and trim was what grabbed my attention and made me choose this spot to sketch. It threatened to rain but I only caught a few drops.
This part of Houston is going through a major transition. 2 brand new townhomes are next door to this building.
Ink and watercolor, 9″ x 7″
I have driven past this boat numerous times over the last few months and it always makes me sad. On a dreary grey day a couple of weeks ago I stopped to draw it. The drawing is unfinished because it began raining too hard to continue.
Ink and watercolor, 7.5″ x 9.5″
My truck needed an oil change and some brake work done. I brought my sketching gear with me with the intent of drawing my truck up on the lift and capturing a mechanic or two in action. Instead I found this!
Handmade Sketchbook from India. This is a new sketchbook my wife bought for me on a recent trip to India. I love how simple it is. It is just paper tied together with string, and cloth sewn around the edges of the cover. Read More
Pencil, ink, acrylic, watercolor. 5″ x 8″
This drawing is from Sunday to honor the Chinese New Year. Read More
Ink and watercolor on paper. 5″ x 5″
No, I didn’t draw ninety-four thousand pears! Only two of them. 94413 is the produce code for Organic Bosc Pears. Read More