Thursday, August 21, 2014

Drawing with Frank Harmon at Nags Head

As part of the ARC 450 Architectural Drawing course this summer, Professor Frank Harmon took the class of entering 1st-year M.Arch students to Nags Head, NC (on the Outer Banks) for sketching, architectural history, and lots of fun. Students got the opportunity to stay in an old hunting lodge on as well as some photos from a two-day sketching field trip in Nags Head, NC, that Professor Frank Harmon hosted., where the Audobon Society has its bird sanctuary. Students also visited the Whalehead Club and the oldest beach house in the area, Spider Villa. Thank you, Frank!

Students enjoy some free time at the Audobon Society Sanctuary

Pine Island kayak launch

Old hunting lodge where the students stayed

Free tour of the Whalehead Club, an NC architectural gem

Frank (left) overseeing students sketching in the Whalehead Club

Behind-the-scenes attic tour of the Whalehead Club

Sketching at Spider Villa

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