Serving up a drawing once each day, wherever I happen to be. (NYC)
by Nick Golebiewski
Later than lunchtime drawing: Aboard a boat in Antalya’s Roman era harbor, pre sunset spin along the shore (with two waterfalls), sitting next to a family from Cappadocia, two of whom may retire to this area of Turkey soon.
Lunchtime drawing: The Bosphorus Bridge and a container ship, Istanbul.
Lunchtime drawing: Arches, domes and a minaret at the Süleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul, one of 16th century Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan’s 300 or so buildings.
Lunchtime drawing: Hagia Sophia, a church, then a mosque and now a museum, in Istanbul.
Farewell for now New York drawing: One World Trade Center and the downtown skyline, with the Christopher St. Pier in front, on the Hudson River.
Off to the airport and to Istanbul.
Later than lunchtime drawing: “Split-Rocker”, a giant flowering sculpture by Jeff Koons at Rockefeller Center.
Later than lunchtime drawing: Elaborate scrolling stonework and lanterns outside a building entrance on East 80th Street between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, in the Metropolitan Museum Historic District.
Lunchtime drawing: Gracie Mansion nestled into Carl Schurz Park in Yorkville.
Earlier than lunchtime drawing: Clock tower rising above the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad and Ferry Terminal in Hoboken, from across the Hudson River.
Coming later this week: Drawings from Istanbul.
Lunchtime drawing: The Public Theater on Lafayette Street, in the landmarked former Astor Library building built 1853, with a glass awning and typography designed by Paula Scher at Pentagram.
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