Harlem Meer, 10.27.12

By Sketches

The world is in … Tumult?  A still in the air as the humidity rises and a Low pressure system holds the tri-state hostage in anticipation of the Frankenstorm approaching on Monday.  So, unseasonably warm Autumn weather.  Gray skies.  Flat lighting.  The trees continue their fiery march as green burns…

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Harlem Meer, 10.20.12

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The tide is turning.  For the better, i think.  Perhaps a bad metaphor… doesn’t that thing come in and go out twice a day? Denning loaned me her incredibly precious “Claude Lorrain: The Painter as Draftsman” (rare tome) and i’ve been poring over it.  Actually, it’s Lorrain’s sketches that pushed…

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Harlem Meer, 10.13.12

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Inching forward with some style changes.  Adding more wash and playing with that.  Here’s three drawings from a couple of days this week.  The last two from today when Denning and I went out for a brisk Autumnal morning and promptly sat in the shade for two hours.  Well, that…

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Harlem Meer, 10.06.12

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The last good day of Autumn?  Of 2012?  The weather’s going to take a dive here in the next few hours and the leaves will explode and the world will go quiet with the onset of grey.  Until then though, sweaters off and squint into the glare that beats through…

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at Harlem Public

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rained out from Central Park, I hopped the no.4 bus and jaunted over to Harlem Public (#harlempublic) where Laurie and Jay kept me company, as well of a cast of other landscape aficionados. here i am in transition…

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Harlem Meer, 09.30.12

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Harlem Meer on a typical autumn day.  Blue skies and warm with sudden chances for clouds and a civilized rain.  Rather than overloading this blog with too-frequent posts, i’m going to pare back after today.  Show landmarks and issues rather than a wave of show-n-tell. Today I got a small…

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