Monthly Archives: March 2012
The one on the right is based on a house I drove by once in Bryn Mawr, PA. The one of the left could be any one of thousands of simple houses in the small towns of north central PA … Continue reading
I’ve tried and failed miserably over the years to draw this awesome house, probably because of it’s somewhat ungainly proportions. Originally built in 1899 as a country club lodge, it’s been a private residence for most of its existence. Pictures … Continue reading
An 18th century Georgian and a Modern.
Zeta Chapter. Fittingly, on dirty paper.
Can’t praise it enough. A great thing to come out of the New Deal. It is art.