DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON SKETCHING

DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON SKETCHING
December 5, 2010 Gregory F. Shue II

Yesterday, met Ralph Muldrow at Hampton Park in Charleston to sketch.  Ralph is a local architect, professor at College of Charleston, and historian.  So many architects lament not spending enough time sketching and maintaining their freehand drawing skills in these days of CAD and Photoshop domination.  Many architects have simply given up on keeping their freehand skills sharp, citing that they aren’t as necessary as they used to be.  Nevertheless, amidst great conversation, a couple of sketches were produced:

Greg Shue's sketch of the Mary Murray Driveway Marker, 1924

Greg Shue's sketch of the Mary Murray Driveway Marker, 1924

Greg Shue's sketch of the Chinese Pavilion - Sandy Logan, architect

Greg Shue's sketch of the Chinese Pavilion - Sandy Logan, architect