Category Archives: Sketchbook
Day 25/31- #WorldWatercolorMonth Yesterday was gardening day. It was the perfect day, cool (by summer standards), slightly breezy and partly cloudy, and the day after a summer shower! So perfect! Lots of pruning, dead heading, and light weeding. ‘Gardens are … Continue reading
Day 8/31 – #WorldWatercolorMonth Today’s post is about Patterns. At the US Botanic Gardens the tropical plants all around were luscious and very green. Only a few had blooms on them, but that didn’t really matter because the leaves were … Continue reading
Day7/31 – #WorldWatercolorMonth. Another sketch at the Sackler gallery of ‘Inventing Utamaro’ exhibit. I’m really loving this artist’s ability to portray the image of women with sensitivity and a certain vulnerability. Each one of his okubi-e paintings is different and … Continue reading
Day3/31- #WorldWatercolorMonth – today’s post is a really quick sketch of the US Capitol Building from the distance.
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Joyous Kwanza, Happy Holidays to one and all.