So glad to be sketching outside again! Thankfully things are beginning to open up a bit. The conundrum is the balance between possibility and probability. There is a possibility of becoming infected anytime I have contact with the world outside my condo, however the probability of infection is the more critical factor. So I have been quite comfortable going out sketching while alert to keeping the probability of infection low. Here is some art from the week – sketches and studio.
Workshop update – so far two people have expressed interest. The Cafe and Wine location is not working out, so I am exploring some other options. Let me know your interest between the topics of Cafe Sketching, or Sketching the Sound.
Our trip to Japan and Korea in the fall of 2019 and the exposure to Sume-i painting continues to influence my art in so many ways. It is quite evident in this acrylic painting. It is 18×24 inches, on watercolor paper.
The good new is that it has already SOLD and is on its way to a good home.
At Red Cup Cafe in Mukilteo, nice to see folks enjoying the sun.
I sat on the deck at Cabernets & IPA’s, chatted with some folks at a distance, did a mini-sketch for a couple, and recorded this view of Mukilteo Beach.
Remembering Eze in France from a photo of Tricia’s – Travels Through My Lens. Check out her blogs on Eze. A Week in Provence, Eze and the Cote D’Azur
Friday, on Chukanut Drive, a rainy day but so nice to get out.
Hope you are sketching, would love to see some more of your work, as always let me know if I can help solve a sketching puzzle.
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It must be amazing to sketch while on the road 🙂 to be honest, I have tried but I’m not that good and dedicated, I’m more into writing eheh have fun and greetings from Lisbon 🙂 PedroL
Sit at a cafe and sketch what you see, you can do it
eheh thanks for the tip Terry 🙂 PedroL