Category Archives: Reportage

Life on Second Avenue

Life on Second Avenue | Dominick Santise
Life has changed slowly on Second Avenue north of 86th Street over the past ten years. That has all been altered as of late. Over the last decade a few very tall buildings have gone up on or just off of the avenue, new businesses have come and gone, ...

Studio 1482 in Communication Arts

Two Studio 1482 members, Veronica Lawlor and Eddie Peña are featured in the July CA Illustration Annual. The article, by Lisa L. Cyr, highlights the important, often overlooked, area of visual journalism and reportage. ...

Traffic-Free Times Square Reportage

Time Square | Greg Betza
As the weather has been beautiful and the cars have been banned, I’ve taken full advantage and have been out drawing every chance I get. These drawings are from a few weeks ago on a Saturday in Times Square. It was a real pleasure to sit in the hea ...

CPDSA

CENTRAL PARK SKATERS | Margaret Hurst
Another CPDSA skater. This skater was in perpetual motion and I think it shows! ...

CENTRAL PARK SKATERS

CENTRAL PARK SKATERS | Margaret Hurst
These are just a few drawings of the characters skating at the Central Park Dance Skaters Association. And I do mean characters! They’re great people. They love skating and they love each other. ...

CENTRAL PARK SKATERS

CENTRAL PARK SKATERS | Margaret Hurst

ANGELICA’S & MYRIAM’S DRAWINGS

Angelica and Myriam drew these drawings today. I promised I would post their drawings tonight on my blog so they could see them. The drawing on the left is a portrait of me drawn by Angelica. Lovely! The drawing on the right is a bird drawn by Myriam ...

Drawings from the Puerto Rican Day Parade

Puerto Rican Day Parade | Margaret Hurst
I was headed to Central Park today to make some drawings but discovered the Puerto Rican Day Parade instead! What a surprise, as I had assumed the parade would be long over, but apparently there were about 25 additional floats this year, so it was st ...

Musician’s hands

Musician hands | Margaret Hurst
This musician was playing in Central Park the other day. I liked drawing his hands. His face is great to draw too! His hands and fingers look like bird’s wings! ...

Drawing at Madison Square Park

Drawing at Madison Square Park | Margaret Hurst
I drew today at Madison Square Park. It was a beautiful day and as it turned out there was a reception for the sculptor Roxy Paine who sculpted the steel trees in the park. The “trees” will be there all year. I asked one of the caretakers if it w ...
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