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Last week at Pen Ink and Paint


Actually this is for the last TWO weeks, thanks to Christmas and New Years. The holidays were enjoyable but as usual I am glad to move on into the new year. An inquiry from Instagram reminded me that I don’t … Continue reading

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A busy week in theTravelsketcher world


The highlight of the week was Saturday’s workshop, Yes! You can travelsketch! Thanks to Lori we had a great venue, her beautiful home, she even provided a full spread of appetizers and beverages, thank you so much. From the feedback … Continue reading

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Travel and art – it’s all about the journey


When we travel the trip begins with the discussion of where to go, often a year before we board a plane. Searching maps, checking hotels and trains, rental cars and restaurants, are all part of the thrill of travel. A … Continue reading

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The first week in Japan


It has been a good week, here are a few sketch so far, some quick, some more refined. The beauty of Travelsketching is that all are good.

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What a fun day


Thanks to the sketchers who joined Tricia and me for a relaxing afternoon of Tricia’s great food, a sip of wine, and of course some sketching. Sketching captures our moments and brings people together – it did today. Check out … Continue reading

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Sketching at the barn


We had a wonderful workshop last Saturday sketching a barn in Mukilteo, at the home of Ana, a generous sketcher and plein air painter. It filled so quickly that I never actually posted it on my site, so for those … Continue reading

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Lighthouse Workshop


We had a great group of sketchers at the Mukilteo Lighthouse. It is always a pleasure to see the work everyone produces, especially those for whom this is the first time they ever sketched. Thank you to all who came, … Continue reading

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