Keith Miller

Canadian artist living in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.This is a blog about my life, my travels and my work.....

Above; The front cover of a sketchbook used from Dec. 1986 to Feb. 1987 on a trip to Hong Kong, Thailand and Malaysia.

Below; Nathan Rd., Hong Kong
Graphite, 12in. by 4in.

Cornor, Ashley Rd. and Peking Rd., Hong Kong by Keith Miller
Pen and ink, 6in. by 4in.

Cornor, Ashley Rd. and Peking Rd., Hong Kong by Keith Miller
Pen and ink, 6in. by 4in.

Bridge over the Klong Banglampu, Bangkok by Keith Miller
Chalk pastel, graphite, 12in. by 4in.

Along a Bangkok Canal, by Keith Miller
Graphite, 10in. by 4in.

Along a Bangkok Canal, by Keith Miller
Graphite, 10in. by 4in.

Klong Banglamphu, Bangkok, by Keith Miller
Graphite, 10in. by 4in.

The Klong, (canal) Banglamphu which flows into the Chao Phyra River is lined with some pretty ramshackle wooden houses, but is leafy and cooler and quieter than the surrounding city streets- an ideal spot to withdraw from the Bangkok bustle.

Near a Canal in Bangkok, by Keith Miller
Graphite, 6in. by 4in.

Near a Canal in Bangkok, by Keith Miller
Graphite, 6in. by 4in.

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Keith

Cafe on the Chao Phyra River, Bangkok by Keith Miller
Graphite, 12in. by 4in.

Cafe on the Chao Phyra River, Bangkok by Keith Miller
Graphite, 12in. by 4in.

"When you travel, remember that a foreign country is not designed to make you comfortable. It is designed to make its own people comfortable."

Reblogged from sadosan

Clifton Fadiman (via travel-quotes)

On  Banglamphu Canal, Bangkok, Thailand by Keith Miller

Charcoal, 12in. by 4in.

Klong Banglamphu is one of the few canals in  Bangkok which still  has old residential houses and shops. It makes for an interesting morning, wandering along the old waterway observing the life of the City.