I’m continuing to process my brother Mike’s* predicament. I visually paraphrased a picture from Mike’s youth to the latest image I captured during a video conference with Mike’s healthcare team. The snake/lifeline/breathing-tube imagery imperfectly divides the two portraits.(See other recent posts for other efforts at visual processing Mike’s condition.) [Note: Apologies – have not yet […]
Continuing with sketching, I stepped out onto the balcony in our new ‘digs’. Instead of paying attention to artistic considerations (such as tonal values, and interesting geometric contrasts), I concentrated on documenting the scene before me. Important spatial relationships, of course, had to be correct (or close to correct) in order to reproduce a recognizable […]
Time to get back to sketching… Haven’t done anything for several months, while we relocated to LA. It might take me some time to get up to speed.
There’s a lot of plywood along Broadway. Someone told me it’s there because of possible protests.
This image may not make sense out of context. This scrapbook, that covers some of Mike’s days as a toddler, ends abruptly with a photo corner just about to fall off the page. This echoes the baby book that Mom and Dad started just after Mike was born.