Last Saturday late afternoon. An hour before San Jose Art Museum was closed.
Took a quick look at the level 1 and 2 exhibitions and at second story there was an artist drawing hell illustrations that caught my eyes. Pretty scary and surreal.
All the backgrounds are in major big cities: New York (time square, Brooklyn bridge), San Francisco, Los Angelus, and Tokyo. It's called "To Hell and Back: Sandow Birk's Divine Comedy". Well, apparently not a "comedy" for me, but the drawing skills are just spectacular!
Went down and quickly drew the Mexicanisimo through artist's eyes, a tradition Mexican-senor and a street vendor cart. The Nacho man is quite interesting. I should go again at Bank of American Free Museum Day. Watercolor the nacho man might be fun too. Hmmm.
Photos of reality: