Serving up a drawing once each day, wherever I happen to be. (NYC)
by Nick Golebiewski
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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Later than lunchtime drawing: Patience outside the New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street, a marble lion who’s nickname came from Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia during the Great Depression, because New Yorkers needed that quality (and fortitude too, the name of the other lion).
Later than lunchtime drawing: Taxi and a photographer outside the Guggenheim after hours.
The light was great when I started and then a cloud rolled by and tempered it all.
Lunchtime drawing: While making this drawing a runner saluted Fred Lebow (the statue) in Central Park.
Earlier than lunchtime drawing: The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, an aircraft carrier docked at Pier 86 on the Hudson River in NYC, with prominent anchors, and New Jersey in the background.
Lunchtime drawing: Limestone arch leading to the recessed carriageway on the East 91st Street facade of the Otto and Addie Kahn Mansion, constructed 1914-18, and designed by British architect J. Stenhouse Armstrong with C.P.H. Gilbert, in New York City.
Lunchtime drawing: Flowering vine growing over the iron archway into Jackson Square Park, with a fountain behind, in the Greenwich Village Historic District.
Finished another sketchbook today, get to start a new one tomorrow! By the way, sign up & check the ‘lunchbox’ box to receive an email every Monday at noon with all of last week’s drawings: http://eepurl.com/X5hyH