Category Archives: Journal
I don’t know where I first heard the big mouth frog joke. Maybe on the band bus? From a photo I found somewhere and no longer remember. Done just for fun and practice while watching YouTube videos.
It’s the third night of the Democratic National Convention. We’ve recorded each night and watch from the DVR, fast forwarding through some of the talking heads. We’re both interested in what David Brooks and Mark Shields have to say on … Continue reading
I skipped day 110. Moving on… Lots of bunnies and crows this week. And COVID. Sigh.
After watching the class Expressive Pages: Journaling the Everyday by Judith Cassel-Mameton Blueprint/Craftsy, I’ve started a daily visual journal (again). Here is the first week, though I missed Tuesday this week. The days number at the bottom of the page … Continue reading
We watch the news on the ITV channel in England. A nurse was interviewed. He misses his family in Spain but won’t be traveling there. I was impressed with his succinct quote. The inserted intubation sketch is a printed from … Continue reading
This is a continuation of the Sketchbook Skool suggestion to draw from a frozen TV screen. However, I’m also drawing from other sources, such as streaming video and YouTube. These were done over 3 days. The page is 9×12 so … Continue reading
I live in Washington, not far from where COVID-19 was first identified in the USA. As of now there have been 787,876 confirmed cases and 42,080 deaths in the USA. Worldwide, those numbers are 2,447,920 and 168,500. Just this past … Continue reading
Some sun at the end of the day yesterday, during a walk in the neighborhood.
As an “artist in residence” during this time of self-isolation, I’ve joined a couple more on-line drawing groups. One is “Virtual Sketchwalk” in which we can only draw from photos, our own or those shared for use by the group. … Continue reading