Serving up a drawing once each day, wherever I happen to be. (NYC)
by Nick Golebiewski
Lunchtime drawing: The high banks of Highbanks Metro Park in Columbus, Ohio, overlooking the Olentangy River.
Earlier than lunchtime drawing: A tree in Columbus with shadows from another tree.
Lunchtime drawing: Picking pumpkins from a patch at Rachel’s Farm Barn Market in Dublin, Ohio. In addition, their husk tomatoes (ground cherries) are delicious and I’m going to de-husk the papery wrappers and eat them all.
Lunchtime drawing: The Griggs Dam on the Scioto River in Columbus, Ohio.
Lunchtime drawing: The best part about working on the Upper East Side? Running to Central Park during lunch and making a drawing at the reservoir.
Lunchtime drawing: A half green and half white globe at the East 86th Street and Lexington Avenue Subway entrance.
Catching the last of the light drawing: The track around Central Park’s Reservoir.
Lunchtime drawing: Biking slowly over the Brooklyn Bridge.
Lunchtime Drawing: The Empire State Building in the distance, from Nelson A. Rockefeller Park in Battery Park City along the Hudson in downtown NYC.
Check out the new postcards available of my Chinatown and Paris paintings.
Lunchtime drawing: The Flatiron building on a dreary Saturday in New York City.