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Teaming up with Nature Together and Mukilteo Community Gardens for a sketching workshop on July 13, 2019. We will meet at the garden to cover some basics of plant, tree, flower and garden sketching. I will do a demo sketch. … Continue reading
We had another group take on sketching nature at Nature Together. We will be having another workshop in July, maybe with some new twists. Watch here for info. Thanks for all who came, thanks to Kris at Nature Together for … Continue reading
Yesterday I spent the afternoon at Rosehill Community center in Mukilteo with my acrylic paints, a perfect day. Summer is here, lots going on in the world of sketching and painting. Here are a few of the events to check … Continue reading
Tricia and I just spent the last four days on Orcas Island, one of the San Juan Islands. it was everything you could ask for in a weekend, quiet, sunny, good food, and a lot of sketching. Reminder: There are … Continue reading
We are getting another Yes! You can Travelsketch! workshop planned. With the weather improving we will get outside to sketch. This workshop is for those who have never sketched or even think “I can’t.” For those with some experience you … Continue reading
Nature Together hosted a workshop for Nature sketching. It was so amazing the art that came from a group with no sketching experience, the photos are the proof. We will do this again I am sure.
I never tire of flowers, they are right up there with landscapes and buildings. My friend Pete Miller posted a photo on FB, I asked if I could do a sketch, thankfully he said yes.
My last blog described my transition to theTravelsketcher. Today my gift to myself finally came – Amazon left the unit number off the address, resulting in an extra day of unwelcome delayed gratification. My SOHO Urban Artist Pochade Box arrived … Continue reading
Thrilled, and honored, are the two words that keep going through my mind as the reality that I now have a column in the Mukilteo Beacon, the local weekly of my town, sinks in. On the first and third weeks … Continue reading