Cityscapes Cityscapes Syntagma Square, AthensPastel on paper, 12 x 9", $590. Constitution Square is filled with crowds and colorfully lit, bubbling fountains in front of the Greek Parliament building.Havana Alley Pastel on paper, 9 x 12” (15 x 18” matted and framed), $590. Everywhere we turned in Old Havana, we feasted on color.Greenwich VillagePastel on paper, 12 x 9”, $590. Exploring New York's storied bars has provided great experiences like Minetta Tavern, its neon sign most welcome on a drizzly night..See this in person at Studio M gallery in Mystic, CT.Venice Laundry SOLD Venice has views around every corner, whether a gondola, crumbling palace, or laundry over a canal.Ramblas Stroll Pastel on paper, 9 x 12” (15 x 18” matted and framed), $590. Strolling Las Ramblas from the center of Barcelona down to the old port takes you by cafes, flower vendors, theaters and amazing architecture. See it at Arts Unique, in Avon, CTPont Neuf, NightPastel on paper, 9 x 12", $590. There is a reason they call Paris the City of Lights, and a night time stroll across the Seine highlights its beauty.Havana Along the Malecon Pastel on paper, 9 x 12” (15 x 18” matted and framed), $590. I stood under the hot sun for way too long because I couldn't stop photographing the colorful cars driving by the colorful buildings.Thames Reflections SOLD Walking across the Thames on London's many famous bridges provides interesting views, even more so at night.Grand CentralPastel on paper, 11 x 9", $590. This night view, looking up Park Avenue towards my favorite train station, never fails to fill me with awe.Havana Head On SOLD The narrow streets filled with color, cars, sun, shadow and people were so intriguing.Trastevere, RomeSOLD This older, gentrifying neighborhood of narrow streets, smaller buildings and cafes was my favorite in Rome.Venice Reflections SOLD. Every alley that doesn't dead end seems to cross a narrow canal and a collector decided this was the perfect gift for an aunt with whom she had traveled to Venice.Washington SquarePastel on paper, 12 x 9" (18 x 15" matted and framed), $590. This park near NYU was filled with music, entertainers and optimistic sunbathers.Vieux (Old) Nice Pastel on paper, 12” x 9”, $590. Winding alleys, narrow doorways, canopies and cafes were endlessly intriguing in the old section of Nice, on the French Riviera. See it at Arts Unique, in Avon, CTRialto Bridge Pastel on paper, 9” x 11” (15” x 17” matted and framed), $590. While the view from the Grand Canal is more recognizable, the impact of this iconic bridge seemed greater while trying to cross it. See it at Arts Unique, in Avon, CTLisbon Rooftops SOLD Spectacular views rewarded long, steep climbs in Lisbon’s gentrifying Alfama and Bairro Alto neighborhoods.Downtown CanyonPastel on paper,12" x 9”, (18" x 15" matted and framed) $590. The energy of New York City always manages to charge me up, too.Left Bank Paris Pastel and gouache on prepared board, 15” x 11” (22” x 18”), $690. My favorite city in the whole world – I could wander around Paris for days. See it at Arts Unique, in Avon, CTDowntown DayPastel on paper, 12" x 9”, (approximately 18" x 15”, matted and framed), $590. New York’s hustle and bustle is always good for a thrill – and I seem to have a thing for vendors’ umbrellas.Parisian Street II SOLD The architecture, quaint side streets and inviting cafes of Paris never fail to entice me.Gypsy Serenade Pastel on paper, 9” x 11” (15” x 17” matted and framed), $590. Happy hour tapas at an outdoor café in Spain had music, too. See it at Arts Unique, in Avon, CTEmpire From FifthSOLD Turning a crowded corner I looked south and spotted my landmark, to find my way back through the crowds.Before Lunch RushPastel on paper, 9 x 12” (15x18 matted and framed), $590. One of our favorites spots is small, mercifully undiscovered, and never disappoints.Radio CitySOLD The lights of the city dazzled as I came around the corner and encountered this iconic scene.Downtown WarmthPastel on paper, 12 x 7" (18 x 15" matted and framed), $590. I love wandering around the Village and Soho because they feel so inviting.New Orleans DuskSOLD Neon reflecting on rain-streaked streets made the French Quarter look, if possible, even more colorful.