by Peter Norman
Here are just a couple of the sketches I did in and around Calgary over the past many months, most prior to the arrival of winter. The first is one of the oldest buildings in the downtown area, the original McDougall school. And the second is known by virtually everyone in Calgary and beyond. It is the iconic Calgary Tower, once the tallest building in the city, it is now (despite the perspective in this sketch) dwarfed by other structures, such as the Bow Building also shown here. To see larger versions, select the Image Gallery option in the sidebar. Feel free to offer your comments. We are very brave and might well benefit from what you offer by way of praise or critique.