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Thanks to Tom Brudzinski for the great images from which to sketch! Today I tackled a sweet image of a walkway to a home with many flowering plants. Almost all of these sketches are a wonderful escape to unwind after … Continue reading
Finally moved from the postcards to the Hahnemühle Watercolour Journal and got serious about these quilt studies. Seems I love painting them! Maybe I’ll do many squares to sell! This one didn’t turn out quite as well as I’d liked… … Continue reading
Thanks to Tom Brudzinski for the great images for us to sketch with; First up was a great image of a bay with boats moored at a small dock. As I move along, I’ll put all my images here with … Continue reading
Playing around, like ya do… Was a bit blue when I did it, and it cheered me. Art cheers! I thought I was done but then I came back in with crayons and played around with deeper color. A throwaway … Continue reading
What is it about a new journal? I love the blank page — not one of those peeps who hates them. The Hahnemühle D & S Sketchbook (Draft and Sketch) is a new journal for me. I wanted to try … Continue reading
More design sketches for our client, the owner of the Louis XVI Settee. Silk bolsters for the arms, with flirty tassel-dangly-bobs. French knotted India silk creating scrunchy pillows for the back. The entire sketch… You may remember that the LouisXVI … Continue reading