This week, due to power outages while I was working on the art for today, I decided to use a piece that I’d done last weekend, and rejected (because of a big smudge that I couldn’t fix to my liking). This was from the same batch of cityscapes that I knocked out while my fingers were cooperating. As I said las week, with the world on hold, I haven’t been able to travel, and I find myself, just like the last two weeks missing Chicago. Here we have another random cityscape, doogled from memory, of some of the buildings in the Windy City.

Like last week, this was done with pastel crayons on airbrush paper, and then It was scanned through a layer of plastic to keep me from schmutzing-up my scanner. Because of that, I did a little color correction to make it look more like the original piece.

If you want to see it bigger, just click on the image.

Meanwhile, Monday at 9 AM on The AIR, we bring you three episodes of Six Degrees of Separation, bringing you interviews with local musicans, conducted at The Empty Glass (a few years back). Then you can tune into a recent episode of  Prognosis at 3 PM.

Due to the lockdown in the UK, the Haversham Recording Institute programs will be in rerun mode for the next few weeks.  Luckily we have a pretty extensive library of high-quality repeats to share with you.

You can hear Prognosis on The AIR Monday at 3 PM, with replays Tuesday at 7 AM, Wednesday at 8 PM, Thursday at Noon, Saturday at 10 AM and Sunday at 2 PM.

You can listen to The AIR at the website, or on the embedded radio player at the top of the right-hand column of this blog.