Commissioned work for the cover of Horse & Wells new album.
Fan art of a Bobby McAlpine entry design https://www.mcalpinehouse.com/
Experimenting with more modern forms as an evolution of the shingle style.
Our special boy
Scrolling through Instagram
Our neighborhood is adorable
Maine fishing town
Issac Bell House detail
Portrait of my great grandmother, Emma. I proposed to my fiance with her wedding ring.
Our beautiful boy
Church of the Transfiguration, NYC
A former room mate.
Designing a renovated entry for my parents…
Sketches from a recent trip to The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Some shingle style details I wanted to keep a record of.
The Church of the Transfiguration in Manhattan has a delightful garden where I often take my lunch. Sketch of the entry pavilion.
I’ve been reading the journal of Eugene Delacroix, and he often made tracings of other artists and masters to study how they worked. Interesting how this method of study has fallen out of favor or seen as wrong today. But it’s a great way to improve your hand! Also a nice exercise when you aren’t feeling very creative. Anyway, here’s some DaVinci shit.
Sketching while waiting for @jackthehorsetavern to open for breakfast this morning. Added watercolor when we got back home.
Detail of column and plan of the Ladies Pavilion in Central Park.
Another weekend of roaming through the neighborhood and we came upon 50-52 Brickel St designed by Lincoln Street Studio. I love their work and had to do a sketch.
Went for a walk at lunch and stopped to sketch the Windsor Arms apartment building in Grandview.
Some Sunday strolling & sketching in Victorian Village. Corner of Neil & Wilber Ave.