Whether you’ve lived here for decades or just a few months, it’s easy to be oblivious to your surroundings. In Native Places: Drawing as a Way to See, architect Frank Harmon reminds us to see beauty all around through a collection of sketches and notes he created over the years. “Since I was a boy, sketching has proved invaluable. If I took a photograph of a place, I would forget it. But if I drew it, I would remember it forever,” he says. By putting pen to paper, Harmon turns ordinary scenes into extraordinary ones and finds joy in the familiar. “I hope readers will share my delight and find some native places of their own… and perhaps even draw.” READ MORE
http://nativeplacesthebook.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/walter-magazine.png 125 483 Kim Weiss http://nativeplacesthebook.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/nplogo-hi.png Kim Weiss2019-06-20 16:35:572019-06-20 16:35:57WALTER magazine: "Frank Harmon shares his sketches of North Carolina"