Monthly Archives: April 2016

Good to Put Your Feet Up

We left the house at the crack of dawn, climbed Masada, a six mile round trip, and then swam in the Dead Sea for an hour or so. After such a long, hot and wonderful day, it was time for … Continue reading

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Outside the Museum

The road in front of the Israeli Museum has an attractive sweeping curve which I sketched this morning. Today’s sketch pretty much focuses on the same view as a sketch I did back on February 14. Interestingly, both times as … Continue reading

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Quiet Time

The time difference between San Diego and Jerusalem coupled with a lot of walking through the Old City made for two very tired guests at the end of the day today. This is a quick sketch of them as they … Continue reading

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Mother and Baby Wait at Airport

I went to the airport to pick up our friends and while I waited I sketched a bit. This tired mom and baby were sitting nearby and I quickly sketched them both. This is a pen, paper and iPad sketch.

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Small Girl in Pink Rides the Bus

I sketched in pen while riding the train and bus today, lots of bumps but lots of fun. This was my last sketch of the day and a tiny girl in pink, holding onto the bar and her father’s hand, … Continue reading

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Sunny Road

It takes about an hour to drive down to Be’er Sheva from Jerusalem. I did several quick sketches as we drove there Sunday morning. The light was bright and the colors beautiful. These are composite sketches. Each time I would … Continue reading

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Man Reflects on Injustice of Parking Ticket

There is nothing like a parking ticket in a language you have trouble reading to make you feel wronged. Especially when you bought a parking pass, displayed it on the dashboard and departed fifteen minutes before it expired. It does … Continue reading

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