Next Sketch Outing
Friday, June 16: Danny Woo Community Garden
Friday, June 5, 2009
One more for the series
Here's mine! It was great meeting you Dave and seeing Beth again. When should be plan the Fisherman's Terminal sketch outing?
UPDATE: Guy Quintino, the bassist from the Past Duo just emailed me a cut from their new CD with "You're Gonna Miss Me," one of the pieces they were performing while we sketched. They also run a jam in Ballard at Conor Byrne the first Wednesdays of every month. Enjoy!
Posted by Gabriel Campanario
Labels: Farmers Market, Gabi Campanario, Lake City, Seattle
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You always get the feel just right! I especially love the guy selling apples, with the backwards hat!ReplyDelete
I have to second that. This really captures the attitude of that little slice of the market. The postures of the two are perfect - the guitarist coiled and intense, the bass player upright and head turned aloofly to the left.ReplyDelete
I can get together tomorrow morning for Fisherman's Terminal - a few hours starting at 9. That may be too short notice to get everyone together though. We could do it in the evening during the week too. I have a friend that repairs fishing boats down there that works in the evenings. He may make a good subject and can give us some interesting insights.ReplyDelete
If planned in advance I can do Fishermen's Terminal almost anytime (except June 18th or 20th). I figure all you fathers will be busy on Fathers' Day!ReplyDelete
Looks like you all had loads of fun at the Farmers' Market! I hope to sketch during the market too on the 18th.ReplyDelete
I'm interested in going to the Fisherman's Terminal too, but can't until the week of the 22nd. I have lots of open dates on my calendar beginning that week. I suspect there will be more than one trip to that neat location!!
Dave, i'm book tomorrow for sure with my son playing his last T ball game, i'll look up my schedule for the week of the 22nd. don't know what i'm doing yet on sunday, i'll holler if sketching is on the agendaReplyDelete