Monthly Archives: July 2019

What is your sketching style?


If you follow sketching posts on the web you find that travel and urban sketchers are all over the place as far as technique, style, and content. Most artist in any medium will develop a style that is distinctly theirs … Continue reading

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Travelsketching at the Lighthouse – Workshop


At the Nature sketching workshop at the Mukilteo Gardens a few sketchers asked for another workshop, we settled on the Mukilteo Lighthouse to work on urban sketching and Puget Sound, so here it is. Hope you can come. Check out … Continue reading

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Travel light, both luggage and sketching kits.


The 25+ years I spent traveling to become theTravelsketcher taught me to travel light. Five weeks in Europe with a carry-on size roller bag is the norm. I learned long ago that if you are considering packing something, “because I … Continue reading

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Another successful workshop AND kicking off Mukilteo Sketchers


Seven sketchers joined me at the Mukilteo Gardens to learn a few tips for painting flowers; three were theTravelsketcher Alumni, a few had never sketched or painted. It is always such a thrill to help someone get started. One sketcher … Continue reading

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Note cards on Etsy


Note cards from my original Acrylic paintings are now on Etsy – theTravelsketcher They come in packets of 5, with envelopes. $10 and Free Shipping

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