With McLean Jenkins
Via The Southeast Chapter
September 15, 2020
In the second entry in the ICAA original series Architectural Sketching, architect McLean Jenkins guides viewers through his typical sketching process, using a photograph of the New Orleans Jazz Museum. Viewers are encouraged to sketch along with McLean, and can refer to the photograph below or by clicking here.
Watch the previous entry here. Stay tuned for upcoming episodes in this series!
Watercolor Paint Tubes:
Seeking Venice (Cercare Venezia, Italian version). Renato Pestriniero (text) & Neil Watson (artist). Vianello Libri. 1999.
Venise. Aquarelles de Turner. Preface by Andrew Wilton (in French). Bibliotheque de l’Image, 1995.
The Sketchbooks Revealed – Richard Diebenkorn. Cantor Center for the Visual Arts | Stanford University Press, 2015.
Turner’s Sketchbooks. Ian Worrell. Tate Publishing, 2014.
Hopper | Drawing. Carter E. Foster. Whitney Museum of American Art | Yale University Press, 2014.
Drawn From the Source: the Travel Sketches of Louis I. Kahn. Eugene J. Johnson & Michael J. Lewis.
Expressive Watercolors. Mike Chaplin with Diana Vowles. North Light Books, 2001.
McLean Jenkins is an architect with ICAA Member Firm McALPINE in Atlanta, Georgia.
McLean, a Charlotte, NC native, has helped the firm expand its practice to Atlanta, where he has lived for the last 11 years. He received his Bachelor of History from Davidson College, NC and then his Master of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
McLean’s passion for both disciplines is demonstrated not just in his work for the firm, but in his art: he has won several awards for his drawings and watercolors, including the J. Neel Reid Prize awarded by the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. In addition to extensive travel in Italy, he has also lived and worked in Prague, and seeks to add to his travel adventures with his lovely wife and interior designer, Laura. Together with their son, Archer, and standard poodle, Louis XIV, they make their home in Grant Park.
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