The weather has remainder constant over the last week. By that I mean you can’t count on it to be predictable. It was hot and humid when I left home and began to rain by the time I got into
The main library in Hong Kong is in Causeway Bay along side Victoria Park. The exterior of the library is one of my least favorite facades anywhere. It looks like the architect flipped through a Dover book of Romanesque elements,
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church has always caught my eye mainly because it looks like a Chinese temple. For certain it does not look Episcopalian in any case. While drawing I had the good fortune to meet Bobby outside on the
Malls are not my usual hangout so why I chose to sit at Times Square is beyond me. Lucky enough though. Times Square rotates out large art exhibits and this month they have a giant dragon made of old oil
At the base of the mountain in Tin Hau is an old housing area called Dai Hahng. For several block are 3-5 story houses, some as old as 70 years, which by Hong Kong standards is ancient. They are all
Some days I don’t chose to draw because I want to draw what is there, but draw something because there is a place to sit. That was the case here at Leighton Road. I had been wanting to draw St.
This painting was done along the causeway across from Victoria Park. Just down the way from here is the Noonday Gun, which is still fired off everyday at noon. The Causeway Bay Typhoon shelter is also known as the first
The sun thought about coming out today, then decided against. But at least the humidity has dropped down to almost 80% and my paper doesn’t curl as I draw. This mangrove tree is behind the Central Library in Causeway Bay.
I spent a good part of the day out running around to the library and shopping, but still made time to do 3 drawings. The first drawing is from the Hong Kong Yacht Club. I haven’t been there in a