WSU's School of Design + Construction in Pullman, WA kindly asked me to put up an exhibit of sketches (100+), give a lecture (which was last Monday) and teach a workshop (which is coming up, April 18-19). It is so wonderful to have this opportunity--thank you so much to the school and to Bob Krikac and Carrie Vielle for all their hard work to make all this happen.
|Printing and cutting for the exhibit.|
|A long wall of sketches, most in chronological order...Civita is the closest in the image.|
|Some of the Gabriel Prize work.|
|Some of the sketches from Versailles, including the huge enlargement of the famous Louis XIV Hall of Mirrors. Civita's Piazza is in the "room" beyond.|
This coming weekend is the Workshop--
April 18, Saturday morning, an open presentation and talk on how-to sketch in perspective, open to anyone interested, free of charge
Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning, small group instruction--contact the WSU School of Design + Construction (or me) to register
April 19, Sunday afternoon, 1pm--sketchcrawl, open to anyone interested, free of charge. Meet at the student Union
I hope some of the Eastern Washington and Idaho sketchers can make it! And thank you once again to WSU.
Hello Stephanie, I am an active member of Urban Sketchers Tri Cities and would love to attend your Saturday morning workshop and then would have to leave late Saturday, I work on Sundays.ReplyDelete
What is small group Saturday afternoon....
Your work is beautiful, so close at just a 2.75hr drive away,
Hi Patti, it would be wonderful if you could make it! I'll have to check on the location for the Saturday morning lecture, and I can put you in touch with the WSU folks about Saturday afternoon if you are interested in that. I'm hoping the exhibit can stay up through the weekend too!Delete
I'll send you an email shortly. Thanks!