The Beachcomber

A sure sign of summer is first pilgrimage to Wellfleet Massachusetts to visit one of our favorite places РThe Beachcomber. The Comaah, as locally referred to, sits on a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in the beautiful National Seashore. Most of the time it is standing room only and is frequented by an eclectic mix of young and old, beachgoers, locals and visitors. We were able to luck into 2 bar seats for some adult beverages and shrimp and Wellfleet oysters from the Raw Bar. So much fun. Faber-Castell Pitt black pens in an Alpha Series Stillman and Birn Sketchbook.

2015-05-24 Beachcomber


Dinghies ready for the long weekend

This was an interesting view of Dinghies tied up to the quay at low tide in Marion Harbor. Overhead there was series of overhead ropes and pulleys with laundry detergent bottles as weights. Also the contrast of all of the rickety wood ladders for access to the boats against the stone of the sea wall. Faber-Castell Pitt pens in an Alpha Series Stillman and Birn 9″ x 12″ sketchbook.

2015-05-23 Dinghies

Pawtucket Congregational Church

A quick ink sketch of the rear of the Pawtucket Congregational Church in Pawtucket, RI. The Italianate/Romanesque style church building was designed by Boston architect John Stevens and constructed in 1867-1868; it is the only known work of Stevens in Rhode Island. The cost of construction was $64,000. The perspective is a little wonky in this sketch with Faber-Castell Pitt pens in a Stillman and Birn Sketchbook.

2015-05-19 Pawtucket Cong Church