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Thursday Doors: South Doors Washington Legislative Building
Because we are in the middle of expanding our business studio space (and yes, I get a bit bigger art space to boot) I am pulling up old images with a new twist for Thursday Doors, (Check out Norm’s amazing … Continue reading
Posted in architecture, art, art journal, pen & ink, sketchbook, urban sketchers, watercolor Tagged art journal, central axis, circulation, Delta journal, Holbein, Lexington Grey Noodlers ink, marble, Pentalic, Platinum Preppy, Prichard Building, rotunda, Sennelier, Stillman & Birn, Thursday Doors, urban sketchers, Washington State Capitol Legislative Building 12 Comments
My “Business” Sketchbook: Symmetry + South Entrance
I love it when an architect moves you through spaces, making you experience an environment as it was meant to be seen or felt. I also love symmetry, especially in the hands of architects who know how to use it. … Continue reading
Posted in architecture, art, creativity, history, pen & ink, sketchbook, timed painting, urban sketchers, watercolor Tagged art journal, central axis, circulation, Delta journal, Lexington Grey Noodlers ink, marble, Pentalic, Platinum Preppy, Prichard Building, rotunda, Stillman & Birn, urban sketchers, Washington State Capitol Legislative Building 3 Comments
My “Business” Sketchbook: Selfie in the Senate Hallway
I tend to lay down to get ceiling shots. I also tend to take my shoes off anywhere I can. Mitchell caught me taking a picture of the chandelier on my back on the Senate Hallway floor. I have on … Continue reading