Today was Seattle Urban Sketchers monthly sketch outing to document the Alaskan Way viaduct which is to be torn down. It was called "Under the Viaduct". I got there early on the light rail so had some time before the start to scope out likely sketching spots. I did two sketches during the outing.
I sketched the Ivar's sign with the viaduct in the background.
Then I walked up over the pedestrian bridge to the walk-on terminal for the Bainbridge Island ferry. There I found the Coleman Clock, which I again sketched with the viaduct in the background.
We shared our sketches, as is usual.
On my way out of town, I stopped for another sketch at a location I liked when I first arrived.
Nice sketches Kate,ReplyDelete
I always appreciate your photos to give us a sense of what was happening. This is especially true since I missed this one.
Great collection Kate!ReplyDelete