This is a drawing of the bridge that spans the East River between Manhattan and Queens. It’s commonly called the 59th Street Bridge, but its official name is the Queensboro Bridge.
I wanted to add some interest to the background, so it wouldn’t be an ordinary picture of a structure.
I did this a couple of years ago. I’m presently working some more on Sentinel, and I hope to have an update, soon.
Here’s the aceo of my new work “Sentinel”. It’s based on the view out the staff cafeteria at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is where I work.
At other peoples suggestion, I have moved my blog from Myspace, to here.
Having finished “Louie’s Spot”, I am moving on to the next drawing. I am working out the composition and color scheme on an aceo.
For now, I am going to show you something I’ve been fascinated with for years, now. It’s the old sycamore outside my living room window. What I am showing now, is a small version I did in the summer.
So I finally know what to do with this darn comment. Okay, so I’m a visual artist who works in metaphysical subjects and modes.