Monthly Archives: September 2011

Promised People and Fishing Boats

As promised, I gathered my courage and did a sketch of people. It was quick, which I need to remind myself to do from time to time instead of belabouring the thing, and I used Yvonne’s tip of adding watercolour … Continue reading

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summer leftovers

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Rock sketches and jam labels

One thing about Newfoundland is that if I run out of paper I can always sketch on rocks. It’s not called The Rock for nothing. And this is a sketch of rocks made on a rock. I used Letraset Promarkers. … Continue reading

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more flotsam

Way behind in scanning anything recent so am throwing up a few more of these. They seem to amuse people. Never fear though I am out happily sketching fall phenomena.

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New sketches

Here are a few sketches that I’m particularly pleased with, made over the past two weeks. And I don’t have a clue why they are displayed all over the page like this.  I tried to align them along the left, … Continue reading

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Angels and Ocean Views

I like to spend time in cemeteries when I travel. They are quiet and contemplative and speak of the history of a place. I sketched this angel monument in a cemetery in Quebec with the pen that I talked about in … Continue reading

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Excuses, excuses…

I spent last weekend moving things around in my pseudo-studio, which is a tiny spare room in the house with a day-bed that that takes up a third of the floor space.  It was inefficient and frustrating to work in, … Continue reading

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