Saturday, June 19, 2010

Sketching at the New Orleans Museum of Art

I spent a good chunk of my morning sketching at the New Orleans Museum of Art. They have tons of good stuff to draw and it's an excellent option for an indoor drawing destination during the summer months in New Orleans. I actually started out drawing outdoors on the front steps, but it was clearly time to move inside when the sweat dripping from my face began to spoil my drawing. Was it really necessary for me to reveal that in a blog post? Probably not, but what is the internet good for if not over-sharing.

As for the drawings, the top one is a statue from Papa New Guinea and the one on the bottom is a 16th century credenza that is sitting in the Baroque painting room.


  1. Awesome drawings!! Are you taking any other classes this fall? Im thinking of maybe taking a pottery class or something. Well have a great summer and look forward to some more of your drawings, they are really good!

  2. Thanks for the comment. I don't have plans to take any other art classes this fall, mainly because the courses offered in the evenings are really limited. I'd really like to get back and take more painting with Walter.