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Holiday Interlude

Monday, January 12th, 2009

madrid

We traveled a bit. This is one of the points along the way. People familiar with Madrid will recognize most of the objects in the drawing. The crown might lead some to learn about Zarzuela, a form of operetta unique to Madrid. “The King Who was Rabid” is a delightful comedy, supplemented by a dancing chorus that is highly skilled in acrobatics, tumbling, trapeze artistry, and juggling, as well as the usual singing and dancing.

Moleskine pocket notebook – 7 by 5 1/2 inches

Micron pens (005 to 2)

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Mansion

Thursday, December 28th, 1989

large housepen and ink on bristol board

size: 16 inches by 10 inches

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Deserted Book Store

Wednesday, October 29th, 1986

delapidated small buildingpen and ink on bristol board

size: 11 inches by 8 inches

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Tuxedo Park Club

Tuesday, April 29th, 1986

board and bat style buildingpen and ink on bristol board

size: 12 inches by 8 inches

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Lilly

Tuesday, December 31st, 1985

lilly blossompen and ink on paper

size: 3 inches by 4 inches

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Mandala

Thursday, February 28th, 1985

mandalapen and ink on bristol board

size: 10 inches by 9 inches

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