Our month of Chicago-inspired art continues with an actual watercolor of a look at the city, from within the city, as the day grows long and sun goes down. This is inspired by the view from our hotel window on our recent trip, where we finally managed to snag a room on the top floor of our beloved Hilton Garden Inn. This was done with watercolor pens and wash on slick paper, and I cropped it and boosted the saturation a bit after scanning it, because I’m picky that way.
You can click the image if you want to see a bigger version.
Meanwhile, over in radio-land, Monday on The AIR, our Monday Marathon runs from 7 AM to 11 PM, and brings you an all-day overdose of Prognosis. You can tune in all day long to hear Herman Linte bring you the best prog-rock from the last half-century. Herman tells us that Haversham Recording Institute should be able to start cranking out new episodes of our music specialty shows soon.
You can listen to The AIR at the website, or on this embedded radio player…