Archive for the 'Reportage Journals' Category

Waterloo Street, Singapore

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

This has been an unbelievable summer of travel for me. From Havana to Ubud, and many stops in between. So many experiences, and so many drawings, I don’t know where to start. So I decided to start with Waterloo Street in Singapore, where I had the privilege of teaching a workshop at the 6th Annual […]

Monday, July 20th, 2015

This past June I took a trip to Cuba with Margaret Hurst and Julia Sverchuk, along with other members of a group organized by Jim Richards and Marimar tours. I have still not finished scanning those drawings, and this week I am in Singapore with the Urban Sketchers Symposium, and staying on to do some drawing in […]

Dalvero Canson Pads

Thursday, July 16th, 2015

Check your local art store – the Artboard location pads from Canson featuring four of the Dalvero Academy artists have arrived! Above is the watercolor from Amsterdam I did that is on the cover of the, of course, Watercolor pad. :) So nice, and the paper is wonderful too. Other pads are: Canva Artboards, cover by […]

Please Help Me Focus On Empathy

Saturday, June 27th, 2015

The image above is from a large mural drawing I created in 2007 called Empathy, designed in a Cybernetics class with Paul Ryan, during my studies for a media arts MA at the New School. I thought I would like to design a cybernetic system for empathy, as an antidote to all the negative systems in our society: racism, sexism, etc. […]

New Yorkers Demonstrate in Solidarity With Baltimore

Thursday, April 30th, 2015

  On Wednesday evening, I heard that there was going to be a rally in support of the people of Baltimore, in Union Square park in New York City. I decided to go over and see what was happening. When I first got to the park, it seemed like a normal spring afternoon. People were […]

For Nepal

Thursday, April 30th, 2015

  The recent 7.8 earthquake to hit Nepal is a tragedy of huge proportions. In response, the illustrators of Studio 1482 have created art to raise  money on behalf of the victims. This fundraiser is our effort to support the international appeal for funds by CARE, a leading humanitarian relief organization. We’ve selected CARE because […]

American Illustration

Thursday, April 16th, 2015

Happy to announce that the image above was awarded by American Illustration to be included in the Chosen category in their most recent illustration competition. It was one of 215 from 9175 submitted, makes me feel good. Thanks, AI! The illustration, of the Seattle’s Pike Place Market, is part of a large campaign that I […]

Scooter at the Society

Friday, April 3rd, 2015

Had a great time drawing the surrealistic fashions of Scooter LaForge at the Society of Illustrators the other night. Lots of great patterns, hand painted fabrics, outlandish shapes, and fun eighties-inspired graffiti looks. Scooter himself was pretty down-to-earth, funny, and smart; so that helped too. He described his fashion influences as a mixture of Elsa Schiaparelli and Basquiat, what a […]

Inspire Yourself!

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

I was at home yesterday, on St. Patrick’s Day, having taken the day off, as it’s my birthday. I had decided to spend the day doing a little spring cleaning. My thought was, I would prepare myself for the upcoming year, and (also) for the rest of my life. A lot of emotional pressure to put on […]

People in Environment Workshop!

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

If you will be in Scranton, Pennsylvania this Saturday, March 7th, please come by to the Artists for Art gallery for a day of art! This drawing, above, is one of about 25 pieces of reportage illustration that I will be exhibiting at the gallery, along with art by the talented illustrators Chris Spollen and […]

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