Spain
In 1965 Jeffrey travelled throughout Europe, but didn't visit Spain because of the fascist regime of Franco (as Picasso said, he would not return to Spain until Franco was gone). Years later, Jeffrey traveled to Spain and created a sketchbook and took photos that capture the uniquely Spanish environment. One finds in his sketches a timelessness that is reminiscent of the Spanish masters. To see Spain through his eyes is at once modern and historic.

 
Toward Seville, 2002, 7 x 9, Pen and Ink
Toward Seville, 2002, 7 x 9, Pen and Ink
Castle Outside Toledo, 2002, 7 x 9, Pen and Ink
The Spanish bus, 2002, 9 x 14, Pen and Ink
The Back of the Bus Seat, 2002, 7 x 9, Pen and Ink
The Front Window of the Bus, 2002, 7 x 9, Pen and Ink
The Hotel Across the Street, 2002, 7 x 9, Pen and Ink
The Four Trees, 2002, 7 x 9, Pen and Ink
The Spanish Castle, 2002, 7 x 9, Pen and Ink
Spanish Landscape, 2002, 7 x 9, Pen and Ink
The Airport, 2002, 7 x 9, Pen and Ink
The Airport Window, 2002, 7 x 9, Pen and Ink
Roman Aqueduct, 2002, Photograph
Guggenheim Bilbao, 2002, Photograph
Bullfight Arena, 2002, Photograph
The Blind Gypsy, 2002, Photograph
The Prado Painting of a Lamb, 2002, Photograph
Cathedral, 2002, Photograph
Cathedral 2, 2002, Photograph
Spanish Red Sky, 2002, Photograph
Spice Market, 2002, Photograph
Red Garlic, 2002, Photograph
Double Cafe, 2002, Photograph