Drawing at the Hermitage Ruins (Part One)

Creating art is a very lonely process.  You are usually stuck in a studio for days on end, working on a particularly project.  This is why I enjoy drawing or painting outdoors.  You get to meet so many amazing people, and they love the opportunity to see a work of art being created.

Here is a time-lapse photo session of my May 11th trip to the Hermitage Ruins, located in Ancaster, Ontario.  The Hamilton Conservation Authority is planning to demolish the ruins to a height of 3 feet.  They call it restoration, I call it needless demolition of a heritage designated site.

 

Chris Erskine

chriserskineartist@gmail.com

@erskinec

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