Drawing of a glass artist at the Museum of Glass, Tacoma Washington. view animation



Portrait of visual journalist Gabi Campanario using the Sketchbook Pro app on the iPad. Gabi drew me.


These quick and moody sketches were created with the sketchbook pro app for the iPad.




Drawing of outfielder, Roberto Kelly, using Brushes app on iPad.


The septuagenarian is charged with murdering four Northern California women over a span of 17 years. Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/04/27/BA1K1J8KR4.DTL#ixzz1LVgJaDmv

About half way into my cocktail, the bartender begins to look like the shrunken head that sits on the lit up shelf behind her. Frankie’s Tiki Room, a half mile off the Las Vegas strip, is known for it’s vintage Tiki interior and it’s Tiki drinks. The ‘Green Gasser’ that’s altering my perception is concocted of a lethal blast of 151-proof citrus rum and melon liquor. For my $20, I get to keep the cool ceramic mug it comes in. I like the ‘Bearded Clam’ mug, too but I don’t think I can handle the mojito in it.

Behind the Sinatra bar at Steve Wynn’s Encore in Las Vegas, the big screen shows Frank singing ‘One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)’. Steve, my bartender appropriately sets up a Jack Daniels on the rocks. “You’d never know it but buddy, I’m kind of an artist and I got a lot of things to draw,” I tell him. He must get those references all the time.

Valentine’s day sketchbook drawings from Teatro ZinZanni, the bewitching evening of European Cabaret and Cirque, Divas and Madmen, Spectacle and Sensuality with Live Music and Dinner. Above: Cookie kissed my drawing.

A couple of quick sketches from a cabin near Sugar Bowl Ski Resort on New Year’s Eve:

My Recology Sketchbook is available for purchase at Blurb.com. The blog I created is here.