Author Archives: Suhita Shirodkar

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.

The New Coffeeshop

The new coffeeshop. Continue reading

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RIP RBG

Somedays, I have no words. It is best then, to pick up my brush or pen and leave the words to a poet. And how beautifully Tammi Traux puts it. May Her Memory be a Revolution Some say notorious.We’re told … Continue reading

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Crissy Fields, San Francisco

An afternoon at Crissy Fields, San Francisco Continue reading

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So many workshops and online classes to choose from! (and not all mine)

New workshops coming soon! Continue reading

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Orange Skies

An utterly orange bizarre day Continue reading

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Too Quick

The hardest stuff to sketch is something that happens only once and for not very long at all. Like this truck stopping in front of my house to deliver some chairs for the backyard. You’d think it takes a while … Continue reading

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The little sketches

Drawing the little stuff is when I experiment most and try new media and mixes. Continue reading

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Drawing the Kids

Drawing my kids, over and over. Continue reading

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Finding Action, from a Distance

Finding new ways to draw people Continue reading

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Mailvan

We need the USPS. To keep us connected. To allow us to vote by mail, especially in the time of Covid. To keep our small businesses afloat. Continue reading

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