Looking at Del Cerro from SDSU

Sometimes we walk over to the mesa on the north edge of the college. It is inconceivable that our San Diego freeways are empty during rush hour, and we check our understanding by seeing it again for ourselves. We stand looking down at the highway and across it to Del Cerro on the other side. The sky at dusk is beautiful, the hills are green, and the freeways are empty. That is how it is now on a weekday in May of 2020.

This is a 7 by 7-inch print made with several pieces of linoleum. Each piece is carved separately, painted individually with gouache, and then stamped on a piece of black Bristol board.

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6 Responses to Looking at Del Cerro from SDSU

  1. AAN GEE says:

    This is brilliant. I love your colors and the clouds seem to move.

    On Wed, May 13, 2020 at 3:13 AM, Deliberate Sketching wrote:

    > Sarah Sullivan posted: ” Sometimes we walk over to the mesa on the north > edge of the college. It is inconceivable that our San Diego freeways are > empty during rush hour, and we check our understanding by seeing it again > for ourselves. We stand looking down at the highway and” >

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  2. Beverly K Barrett says:

    Great. Maybe we will all become accustomed to the clear air and quieter neighborhood. I see a view of mountains from home that is sharper than ever before. I hear birds from my bedroom. That are louder and happy like ever in the past.
    Keep on capturing this time and hope it continues forever.
    Thks

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  3. margarethallfineart says:

    This is lovely !

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  4. Tara says:

    That blue slicing through the white sky is my favorite.

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