Serving up a drawing once each day, wherever I happen to be. (NYC)
by Nick Golebiewski
Lunchtime drawing: Doyers Street in NYC’s Chinatown.
Check out more from Chinatown that I work on in my studio. http://nickgolebiewski.com/chinatown_nyc/
Lunchtime drawing: The Empire State Building from the High Line on a summer Saturday.
Later than lunchtime drawing: The Art Students League of New York on West 57th Street in a landmarked French Renaissance style building designed by architect Henry Hardenbergh and built circa 1890.
Also, I was kicked out of the privately owned public space across the street while I started this drawing because I had a bicycle!
Later than lunchtime drawing: St. Ann’s Warehouse on Jay Street in DUMBO. It’s a studio night!
Later than lunchtime drawing: The iron fence guarding the Metro North tracks on Park Ave. between E. 97th and E. 98th Streets.
Later than lunchtime drawing: The Ukrainian Institute in the Harry F. Sinclair House, a landmarked mansion at 2 East 79th Street at Fifth Avenue. The building was designed by Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert and completed in 1898.
Later than lunchtime drawing: The fence surrounding Central Park’s Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir with the El Dorado building on the horizon.
I drew this same scene in February when fog obscured the other side of the reservoir completely.
Today, besides being Central Park’s 161st birthday, there was a couple getting engagement photos here (nice spot). I wish they photo bombed my drawing!
Lunchtime drawing: Parkside Candies on Main St. in Buffalo, NY.
Wedding time drawing: A little rainy but still gorgeous at the Buffalo Ski Club for my cousin’s wedding. (Congratulations!)
Lunchtime drawing: Stripes in shadow on the facade of 3 East 95th St. in the Carnegie Hill Historic District in NYC.