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Friday, June 16: Danny Woo Community Garden
Occupy Olympia I spent a few hours sketching at Olympian's own occupation. Close to one hundred tents line the banks of Olympia's Capitol Lake. It was cool and overcast as I wandered through the encampment. As I sketched, sitting on my portable stool, an occupation resident offered me a blanket to keep my legs warm. A few hours of sketching is a heck of a lot easier than camping lakeside in November.
Encampment as seen from across the lake.
Welcome to Occupy Olympia!
I gotta hand it to the residents for stamina and fortitude. They have a pretty good community kitchen, a shelter for "elders", and even an art center where folks, especially kids, can go to make art.
Nicely done, Jane. My favorite sketches are like these - they capture a unique time.ReplyDelete
This is an excellent example of what sketching is all about. You've captured the spirit and the drama with your sketches and writing. Thanks.
Love these sketches and the story they tell!ReplyDelete