Archive: December 2014

27 Dec

The Written Portrait One of my favorite parts of art class are timed figure sketches. Artists circle around a person, generally naked, and sketch him or her for a given amount of time. Whatever you happen to sketch in that[…]

19 Dec

I spent 37 hours at the Houston airport and affiliated Marriott hotel in December 2014. While I tend to be one who gets out of the airport as soon as possible, this time I was stuck because of a series[…]

2 Dec

Dan sat in the front window of a coffee house, sipping an herbal tea. It was 8pm, and the shop was preparing to close; the last barista sweeping the day’s traffic into small piles of dirt and leaves. Snow gathered[…]