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FrankChing · 2d ago

Coliseum Theater

The Coliseum was the first theater in Seattle built specifically to show motion pictures. ...
FrankChing · 1W ago

Pike Place Market

Following up on my previous post, here is another pairing of a sketch and video, this time...
FrankChing · 2W ago

Seattle Waterfront

On this relatively warm, sunny spring day, I bused to the Seattle waterfront to sketch thi...
FrankChing · 3W ago

St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church

St. Demetrios is part of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of San Francisco, within the Greek ...
FrankChing · 4W ago

Street Scene in Pioneer Square

A view of Second Avenue in Pioneer Square looking north toward the Smith Tower, Columbia Center, and in between, the recently completed F5 Tower, forming a distinctive skyline of downtown Se...
FrankChing · 1M ago

Safeco Field

  With opening day for the 2018 MLB season approaching, I thought it might be appropriate ...
FrankChing · 1M ago

Georgetown Steam Plant

Designed by Frank Gilbreth and built in 1906 for the Seattle Electric Company, the Georgetown Steam Plant is an early example of a reinforced concrete structure. It houses two vertical Curtis steam turbines manufactured by General Electric, which ini...
FrankChing · 1M ago

A Peek-a-Boo View

  On our daily afternoon dog walk around the Fremont neighborhood, I’ve often noticed and admired this deeply layered scene. It offers a peek-a-boo view of Mt. Rainier and downtown Seattle t...
FrankChing · 1M ago

Middle Fork

Hanging in the lobby of the Seattle Art Museum is this 105-foot long tree sculpture by John Grade. Grade first made a plaster cast of a living 140-year old western hemlock growing along the Middle Fork (hence the name) of … Continue reading →
FrankChing · 2M ago

Stairs and Stairways

  Drawing stairs and stairways in perspective can be daunting because they involve sets of parallel lines that rise or fall as they move away from us and therefore do not converge on the horizon line. Also, their multiple treads … Continue reading →