This experience really allowed me to disconnect from the “online world” and pay attention to the small things in life. The drawing process forced me to appreciate human connection and observe all that is mundane. I had to really stop and pay attention to details, interactions, movements, and shapes in a small amount of time to best capture a moment in time. I noticed that with each location, my drawings or the poses I captured varied. I areas that were more lounge oriented, the people I drew seemed more relaxed in their activities and in places that were more touristic, my drawings seemed more active.
Soho, Empire State building, Union Square
Crown Heights garden, Washington Square Park, Upper East Side