Serving up a drawing once each day, wherever I happen to be. (NYC)
by Nick Golebiewski
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.
Later than lunchtime drawing: The Frick Collection bathed in late afternoon light, with my shadow on Fifth Avenue, flying the American flag.
Later than lunchtime drawing: Wrought iron doors at No. 7 East 84th Street in the Metropolitan Museum Historic District.
Lunchtime drawing: The historic John Henry Hammond House, now the Consulate General of the Russian Federation on East 91st Street in New York City. Last page of this sketchbook.
Later than lunchtime drawing: Arched cutouts for cars and for pedestrians beneath the MTA North tracks at Park Ave. and E. 102nd Street.
Lunchtime drawing: Two Rivers Brewing Company in Easton, PA, with an incredible turret.