Nick's Lunchbox Service

Serving up a drawing once each day, wherever I happen to be. (NYC)

by Nick Golebiewski

www.nickgolebiewski.com

Twitter: @nickdesign

Nick's Lunchbox Service
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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.
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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!
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Lunchtime drawing: Parkside Candies on Main St. in Buffalo, NY.
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Wedding time drawing: A little rainy but still gorgeous at the Buffalo Ski Club for my cousin’s wedding. (Congratulations!)
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Lunchtime drawing: Stripes in shadow on the facade of 3 East 95th St. in the Carnegie Hill Historic District in NYC.
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Later than lunchtime drawing: The Frick Collection bathed in late afternoon light, with my shadow on Fifth Avenue, flying the American flag.
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Later than lunchtime drawing: Wrought iron doors at No. 7 East 84th Street in the Metropolitan Museum Historic District.
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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.
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Later than lunchtime drawing: Arched cutouts for cars and for pedestrians beneath the MTA North tracks at Park Ave. and E. 102nd Street.
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Lunchtime drawing: Two Rivers Brewing Company in Easton, PA, with an incredible turret.