The last of Greece

I’ve been posting since August about my trip to Greece this summer. I hope you’ve enjoyed the work. I’ve finally come to last of the reportage drawings so I’m going to conclude this series with a few very different (from eachother) pieces. The first are 2 are from the island of Santorini. The next from […]

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Samaria Gorge

Here are a few drawings I made as Despina and I walked through the back of the famous gorge. By walking through the back, I mean we started the hike from the end rather than take the 10 mile walk through the Cretan mountains. Hey, we had limited time, so we did what we could, […]

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village of Kalives

If you’ve been over to my wife Despina’s blog you know that we went on a Greek ‘odyssey’ this summer. I’ll never forget the trip for many reasons, but the most memorable for me was that for the first time I had the opportunity to visit family in another part of the world. Being welcomed […]

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city of Chania

Chania is the second largest city in Crete, and in my opinion the most beautiful, particularly the venetian harbor. On the water there is a venetian lighthouse and a mosque, all evidence of the rich history of this area. This reportage series was made behind the buildings facing the harbor where small alleys are lined […]

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