With the roads marginally passable and parking near the Torpedo under piles of snow, I will be out of the studio for the next few days, living comfortably, but not entirely, under glass.
The entrance seemed to need something to draw attention. These are some ink wash drawings I did several years ago – studies of obsolete cameras, mostly Polaroid Swingers. I like to see them tumbling down the pillar.
The artist I’m sharing with through the end of April is James Dean, an excellent realist painter who was the Curator of Art at Air and Space, as well as the former Fine Art Director at the NASA headquarters in DC.
There’s more of his work at: