Looking to the east Separated by this lake Are the people That each morning wake To look upon these mountains Farms, meadows and rivers Within which we live And are able to call home By Tom Stransky, April 2015 Related articles The Transfer … [Read more...] about Across the Lake
I would hardly call myself an artist in that sense; I doodle, I draw, I'm not a trained artist, I couldn't sit down and do an accurate portrait of anyone. ~ Rene Auberjonois Katie and I have been working on a new, expanded edition of the Essex architecture doodling guide so … [Read more...] about Is Doodle Art an Oxymoron?
I recently had the good fortune of pondering doodles, cartoons and sketches with Wadhams-based painter, Kevin Raines (www.kevinrainesart.com). Kevin is an art professor at Notre Dame of Maryland University in Baltimore, Maryland. He is also a world class artist and avid … [Read more...] about Daily Doodle: Kevin Raines Sketches Stuart Brody’s Cabin
I'm thrilled to announce that the first Essex handbook is now available for purchase. After many months of researching, doodling, editing, revising, layout and publishing, the beta edition of Doodle Essex, New York Architecture is finally available. We treated last Saturday's … [Read more...] about Doodle Essex, New York Architecture: Beta Edition Launched 8/2
The Essex blog and the Essex doodles (a collaborative project to create Essex guides for architecture, history, recreation, wildlife, etc.) will be merged over the coming months. This decision represents a shift in our original vision and plans. I will try to explain the change … [Read more...] about Essex Doodles Update