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Friday, July 28, 2017
Urban Sketchers Seattle met this morning at McGraw Square, a tiny park in downtown Seattle. A bronze sculpture of John Harte McGraw, former...
Sunday, July 23, 2017
Organic and Metallic
7/22/17 Moore's Vertebrae, W Hotel and a bit of the central library As much as I think of myself as an “urban” sketcher, I admit th...
Friday, July 21, 2017
A Tale of Two Counties
Staying almost three weeks in Southern California gave me plenty of opportunity and time to sketch. My first stop was Orange County where...
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Dancing with KK and Melanie
My head is still exploding from a fantastic weekend learning from Ch'ng Kiah Kiean and Melanie Reim in the Dancing Lines USk workshop! ...
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Northwest School and Our Newest Urban Sketchers
Every time I sketch in Seattle with the urban sketchers Seattle group I learn something new about our city. Today was an enhancement of tha...
Urban Sketching with the Northwest School
7/12/17 Plymouth Pillars Park Sometimes I think about how much more sketching I might have done before age 52 (when I finally did sta...
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Hat and Boots - Vestiges from the Fabulous 50's
For the first time in a few months I joined Seattle Urban Sketchers on their Sunday sketch outing. And for the third year we've hit the ...
Monday, July 10, 2017
Sketching Vehicles at a Garden Walk
Urban Sketchers Seattle met to sketch the for the Georgetown Garden Walk 3rd year in a row. It was also just a few days before our 8th anniv...
The Georgetown Castle
7/9/17 Georgetown Castle The most colorful house in the Georgetown neighborhood also has a colorful past – or maybe a dark one. Known...
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