Category Archives: Travel

One last post from Brazil

One last post from Brazil. This one’s a little bit of a hodge-podge. Remembered bits and pieces, single-image memories, one long, sketch-filled day in the Santa Teresa neighborhood of Rio and well, more bits and pieces… Coming to Rio after … Continue reading

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Paraty’s churches

Paraty is a little town, with only a handful of churches. Here are 4 I sketched over my stay. The Santa Rita church, the oldest one in the city. Drawings buildings is fun, but add in a scaffolding and a guy wheeling a … Continue reading

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Paraty by the Sea

In Paraty, you never forget you are by the sea. There are, of course, the colorful fishing boats (which I  sketched a lot ). And then there is this fascinating flooding of the city. Paraty was designed so that the streets are flooded by the … Continue reading

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The streets of Paraty, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The streets in the historic part of Paraty are narrow, roughly cobbled and lined with whitewashed houses on both sides. The uniform white of these houses is broken by their colorful doors and windows and terracotta roofs. I sketched them over and … Continue reading

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Boats of Paraty, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Historic Paraty is a town of whitewashed homes and churches. Only the bright doors and windows and the terracotta roofs add spots of color. But the boats of Paraty are a different story. They are unabashedly colorful with equally colorful … Continue reading

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Sketching on Sugarloaf Mountain, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

I’m back from an incredible 10 days in Brazil at the Urban Sketchers Symposium. And I’m back with a head full of ideas and inspiration, and long lists of things to work on and learn. But instead of recording my trip from … Continue reading

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Costa Rica, part 4.

One last post from Costa Rica, from the relatively dry (just a couple of thundershowers everyday) Pacific Coast near Manuel Antonio National Park. We spent lots of time at a quiet little cove called Playa Biesanz where the ocean was as calm … Continue reading

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