Posted on July 13, 2015
This week’s Print of the Week is one of my personal favorites. Some structures seem perfectly suited to be the subject matter for an architectural drawing, and Algodon Mansion certainly falls into this category.
Located in Buenos Aires, this 1912 classical French mansion has been fully restored as a luxury boutique hotel. This charming hotel has won multiple awards and achieved recognition among international travelers.
The combination of delicate and bold lines in my composition enhances the architectural details and elegant proportions that make this such a beautiful structure.
This architectural print made from my original pen and ink drawing may be purchased as a 5×7 or an 8×10.
If you have your own poem or quote that you would like to have made into a print, I can always create a custom piece just for you.
Be sure to check back next week for the new Print of the Week!
Posted on May 24, 2015
Thomas Jefferson was a truly fascinating man. He’s best known as the author of the Declaration of Independence and the third President of the United States, but this writer, diplomat, philosopher, scientist, educator, inventor, farmer, and architect was much more than your average politician!
Of all his many interests, what I can relate to best is his love of architecture, which he called, “one of my favorite amusements.” I could not agree more!
Over a period of four decades, he designed and remodeled Monticello, his 11,000 square foot Neoclassic masterpiece in Virginia. He once wrote, “All my wishes end, where I hope my days will end, at Monticello.”
This week’s Print of the Week, Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello is a pen and ink print of my original drawing of the West Portico of the home.
Regularly priced at $10 for a 5×7 and $15 for an 8×10, now through May 31st, this print is on sale for 50% off.
If you have your own poem or quote that you would like to have made into a print, I can always create a custom piece just for you. Be sure to check back next week for the new Print of the Week!