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Native Places: Drawing as a Way to See

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Native Places is a collection of sixty-four watercolor sketches paired with mini-essays about architecture, landscape, everyday objects, and nature. The sketches relate the delight found in ordinary places. The short essays, rather than repeat what is visible in the sketch, illustrate ideas and thoughts sparked by that image and offer a fresh interpretation of ordinary thi ...more
Hardcover, 168 pages
Published September 15th 2018 by ORO Editions
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Native Places is a wonderful way to view Harmon’s work at your own pace. It gives your eye and mind time to absorb both written and drawn detail, of which there is a generous amount.
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Frank Harmon, FAIA, has designed sustainable modern buildings across the Southeast for 30 years. He discovered architecture as a child playing in the streams and woods of his native Greensboro, North Carolina. His work engages pressing contemporary issues such as “placelessness,” sustainability, and the restoration of cities and nature. His buildings are specific to their region and use materials

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