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From Brick and Mortar to Enduring Etchings: The Enduring Power of Nostalgia

I wander down memory lane, sifting through sketchbooks and faded photographs. Each image whispers tales of times gone by – the grand staircase of my childhood home, the bustling corner store where penny candy held endless possibility. These become the blueprints for my pen, meticulously crafting a portal back to a simpler era.

More than ink on paper, my pen and ink drawings are testaments to the enduring power of these structures. The intricate lines and rich textures capture the essence of these architectural memories, ensuring they stand strong long after the photographs themselves begin to fade.

Owning a piece of my art isn't just a purchase, it's an investment in a legacy. It's a chance to hold onto a cherished touchstone of your past, or to share a heartfelt connection with a loved one. The timeless quality of pen and ink ensures these cherished memories will be enjoyed for generations to come.

I’m in my studio sitting at my art table looking down at Gabby, a terrier mix breed. Gabby would come to my studio and hang out with me all the time.

My buddy Gabby and I hanging out in the studio. Gabby passed couple years after this photo was taken. She was a great friend.


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