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New York and Costa Rica (in drawings and paintings)

The day before I flew to Costa Rica I visited one of my favorite places, the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Met was hosted several great shows including George Bellows, Matisse and Bernini. I also spent time with this Roman copy of a Greek Muse, a sculpture I have probably drawn half a dozen times. She is beautiful.
The day before I flew to Costa Rica I visited one of my favorite places, the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Met was hosting several great shows including George Bellows, Matisse and Bernini. I also spent time with this Roman copy of a Greek Muse, a sculpture I have probably drawn half a dozen times. Que bella!
I also visited Leda and the Swan by Jacque Sarrazin.
I also visited Leda and the Swan by Jacque Sarrazin.
And then, off to Costa Rica.
And then, off to Costa Rica. Above is mostly a study of perspective and inquiry into how architecture directs human traffic.
Waiting to board.
Waiting to board.
Jungles
A quick landscape near Paul’s farm.
A quick watercolor painting inspired by the remarkable tropical colors. No wander Winslow Homer was so inspired!
A quick watercolor painting inspired by the remarkable tropical colors. No wonder Winslow Homer was so inspired!
A coastal scene.
A coastal scene.
The jungle in sienna.
The jungle in sienna.
Negative space in the jungle.
Negative space in the jungle.
Negative space II
Negative space II
Elan.
Elan.
Paul receiving Hammock Therapy.
Paul receiving Hammock Therapy.
Portraits.
Portraits.
The coast along the Pacific.
The coast along the Pacific.

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