End of 2020

It is almost last day of the year and I am looking back. 

All that was planned, what happened, what did not, how the year started with travel and guests and how my work and personal plans have changed but then when I look at this stack of sketchbooks (and the red sketchbook is 5.5 x 8.5 - so number 128 is a bit of a giant) I see that despite everything or because of everything this was another full year of sketching!

Here are some quick highlights of 2020 that I snapped while flipping through the pages: talking to family and friends in person and online, the times when mask wearing was not a normal thing, making zines, going on bike rides and walks, experimenting with printmaking, endless experiments with cooking and growing plants, blind contour portraits, horrible fires and smog, elections, more plants and more cooking and more video calls. 


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