We are so happy to have New Seasons blocks from our studio!
No more driving all around for groceries! YAY!
We went opening day before we opened the studio.
Mostly they were setting up and greeting their new customers,
and everyone was in their best duds.
Later in the day music was played, and the band was setting up.
The neighborhood is in transition, and the old houses
(which we love) all brightly colored are sitting next to high rises.
New Seasons is in an old converted warehouse, and I took pictures to draw later
(complicated looking up or standing in front of people shopping in tight spaces)
but wanted to post on-site drawings separately.
The produce is heavenly.
We will still go to Farmer’s Market, especially during berry and peach season,
but so far (keep fingers crossed) New Seasons still is mostly organic.
I, of course, don’t see any reason for them to sell crossover products!
Fred Meyer is down the street a few blocks for your
Bush Beans and Marie Calender’s pies.
Drawn on site, some watercolor on site.
Drawn in an Strathmore Mixed Media journal with Pentalic HB woodless pencil,
various pens and Heart of Darkness Noodlers ink and Daniel Smith watercolors.
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Looks like you’re working thst color in Kate. These are very nice.
Thanks Dan! I keep pushing the boundaries of deep color!
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