It was wonderful to join a large group of sketchers for the 12th Anniversary of Seattle Urban Sketchers!
I choose to sketch a couple of the older shed buildings in one of the working areas of the terminal. The Seattle Ship Supply Co. is no longer open for business since 2018. The building was built in 1914 and is made from old-growth heavy timbers for its structural frame. I painted it a few months back, but wanted to come back in the morning time to get the sunshine on the east side of the building.
The other sketch was of some older shed buildings almost under the Ballard Bridge at the Fishing Vessel Owners Marine Ways, Inc. boatyard. I was attracted to the yellow-colors and wanted the "Sacajawea" in the foreground of the sketch. Looking forward to the next outing.