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Category Archives: Illustration

Sketches from post-Marathon Boston

More: A heavily armed Homeland Security officer picks out a Bruins Shirt from a street vendor outside Boston Garden before Wednesday’s game. A young girl intimidated by National Guards on Boston Common is reassured by her mother that they’re Red Sox fans too.

Illustration from Star of Wonder – a children’s book by Mary Lee Wile

Click here for more about the book. (Or here for the Star of Wonder companion web site, with background on the story, crafts, coloring pages, etc…)

Harvard Square (Street Musician, Winthrop Park)

More Harvard Square Illustrations: Street Musician, Winthrop Park | Bartley’s Burgers | Weeks’ Bridge | Pinocchio’s Pizza | The Inn at Harvard | Out of Town News/Taxis | Yenching Restaurant | The Red House | Church Street | Grendel’s Den | Brattle Street Cambridge Public Library sketches and more Cambridge Public Library sketches Faneuil Hall […]

Breeder’s Cup Classic contender drawings

Click the thumbnails below for full-size images. (My favorite is Headache…) Click here for official information about the contenders at the Breeder’s Cup Classic Web site. Click here to see the images at the Paulick Report. Click here for thoroughbred horse racing blog Railbird by Jessica Chapel

Chihuly at the MFA

Click to see the rest of the cartoon at The Boston Globe or here for less pixelated image file of the cartoon…

Boston Bruins 2011 Stanley Cup Champions

Click to see the rest of the cartoon at The Boston Globe…

Africa Makes History in Arlington, MA (Globe sketchbook)

Click to see the rest of the cartoon at the Boston Globe…

Boston Globe Ideas Section cartoon (Nov 14, 2010)

Click here to see the rest of the cartoon.

Sketches at the Boston Tea Party

Click here to see the rest of the cartoon at The Atlantic.com.

Sketches at the Cambridge Public Library

Click here to see more Cambridge Public Library Drawings. Click here for a Boston Globe review of Cambridge Voices. Buy Cambridge Voices: A Literary Celebration of Libraries and the Joy of Reading from the Cambridge Public Library.