Chinatown is full of dragons and many of them are outdoors in the shape of statuary and images on signs. Since we were experiencing Noah's flood, Part 2 in New York last Sunday and Monday, I had to look indoors for those imposing creatures. I found several. Here is one:
Amanda and I sought shelter at the Rubin Museum of Art. There was a display of papier mache masks that reminded me very much of the Mexican masks I'd sketched last month at the San Antonio Museum of Art.
I have more Chinatown sketches but will post those later. In the meantime, I made a very quick sketch of my beautiful daughter K (who won't sit for me as often as my daughter C---I had to take advantage of the few minutes she spent on our computer last night to do this quick drawing of her.)
I also just now substituted later versions of the Peking duck and signs and lanterns sketches below for the ones I originally posted. I wasn't happy with the quality of the first images. I'm a Capricorn, can you tell?