Trinity Episcopal Church, at the corner of 19th and Everett, across from where the NW Outdoor Market is often held. I rarely see it like the image right (Wiki) —
trees obscure the lovely old building except when it is coldest. I am not inclined to sit outside
and sketch in the middle of winter! However, the three doors around the side are amazing, and seen clearly! I sketched Sunday, added some colors in the field, then finished in studio.
They are shocking high-gloss bright red.
I can imagine these doors glow in the dark, if you are visiting the church at night, with their bright happy color illuminated by the overhead lanterns.
This is also posted for Thursday Doors.
(Check out Norm’s amazing doors, and others, here!)
Strathmore Journal, with a Pentalic 2B woodless pencil, Platinum Carbon pen, Lamy Al-Star w/De Atramentis Document black ink;
and Greenleaf & Blueberry (Shungite) and Daniel Smith watercolors.
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Thanks to Wikipedia for the image, in their article.