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"Whatever you do, do your work heartily, as for the Lord rather than for men."Colossians 3:23


Samples of Sketchbook Pages

Fish pond in Wimberly, Texas
Garden at Antique Rose Emporium in Independence, Texas
Fall acorns off our Oak Tree
Quick study of Sargent painting in MFA in Houston, Texas

Plants outside Bed and Breakfast in Edinburgh, Scotland

Rows of Beach Houses in Galveston, Texas

Quick Gesture sketches at the George Bush Library Museum in College Station, Texas

HELPFUL HINTS:  When drawing out in public, try not to stare at your human subjects this can cause undue suspicion.  It is more enjoyable to capture people when they are unaware of your efforts to draw them.  Also, be prepared to attract curious onlookers.  Instead of letting the interruptions annoy you embrace the opportunity to show others how artists work.  Maybe inspiring them to try drawing too.

UR-TURN:  Traveling in of itself presents it's own set of challenges.  What have you encountered trying to keep up your sketching during these times?  How have handled these situations?

Until Next Time.


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