My favorite thing about Central Park is that you can always see the city skyline above the treetops. This is sketched from the top of a rocky outcropping in the park. Here is what I learnt about this rock. (Thank you, Wikipedia): In Central Park, Manhattan schist and Hartland schist, which are both metamorphosed sedimentary rock, are exposed in various outcroppings.
My kids loved sailing miniature sailboats on the pond, just like Stuart Little did.
And an afternoon in the park isn’t complete without some music.
You can read post #1,post #2 or post #3
And, all my sketches from my trip to the city, as I post them, here on flickr.
Light, fresh, and beautiful sketches, Suhita! Thank you! 🙂
Thanks Virginia, Graffix, Elise and Fabio! I LOVE big cities, so drawing in New York is always a joy.
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Fantastic set, Suhita!
Loving your sketches and posts!
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