At the Cantor Museum. Henry draws what he sees. Crayon and paper. The Richard Serra Sequence large iron art sculpture with artist’s shadow as seen at evening light.
The Copperplate Artist’s painted landscape ca.1977 or so. On private display since then in Beverly Hills.
from about 2004. “Be off! Before someone drops a [harp] on you!”
From a pottery studio at Handley Vineyards in the Anderson Valley in the 1990’s
I always saw a scarey face… but this is a Cupid sculpture by a college friend of Dad’s. Berkeley, 1948?
Back indoors and busy. And blog updates
I enjoyed catching glimpses of Suhita Shirodkar, The Obsessive Sketcher, in action at the San Jose Youth Shakespeare December 1 preview of A Christmas Carol performed at Whole Foods Market on Blossom Hill. She blogged her work at sketchaway.wordpress.com Here is WhoHarps in watercolor at The Obsessive Sketcher’s flickr page.
The boy was disappointed to have forgotten to give to his cousin this monster fom his three-year-old dreams colored ink on cardboard