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More from Yerba Buena Gardens

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Pierre Bonnard at the Legion of Honor

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At the Children’s Discovery Museum

Today I was Visiting Artist at the Children’s Discovery Museum, San Jose. They offer a super-flexible and fun program where artists get invited to come in and do what they do best. So of course I said I’d love to come sketch. … Continue reading

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Old favorites at LACMA

Even the quickest stop in LA deserves a couple of hours at LACMA. And that’s all we had, so we visited some of our old favorites. Jesús Rafael Soto’s Penetrable is a favorite with the family. Both my daughter and … Continue reading

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The Cantor Museum and Stanford Bikes

I was at Stanford University one morning to see Richard Diebenkorn’s sketchbooks. It was as fabulous as I expected it to be! If you can’t make it to the Cantor Museum, then please see the sketchbooks through this interactive feature, they are superb. Diebenkorn’s … Continue reading

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Go There! San Jose Museum of Art

Haven’t been the the San Jose Museum of Art lately? Go now. So many reasons to go: Right now there’s a thought provoking and more than a little scary show called Covert Operations : Investigation the Known Unknowns (a term borrowed from a Donald Rumsfeld … Continue reading

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Back in New York, Part 6: It’s fun being a tourist

It doesn’t get more touristy than Times Square. Can’t say I understand why tens of thousands of tourists parade through it everyday. But it is super-fun to sketch. Next stop? Grand Central. I wish I’d sketched the beautiful turquoise ceiling … Continue reading

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