Monthly Archives: July 2012

River view from Walterdale

  Pastel sketch from yesterday’s outing. Odd tilt to structures is less artistic license in the service of expressive intent than artist’s perched sideway on steep river bank battling mosquitoes and balancing pastel trays. Ah, “Plein air!”  Fun though.  Advertisements

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John Walter Museum

Here is my sketch of the hollyhocks at the John Walter Museum in B&W:   And in living colour:     Posted by Marlena

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“End of a long day”

Here is most recent sketch-colour study-painting sequence. 

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Taste of Edmonton

Oh brave me.  I ventured out to the Taste of Edmonton last Friday during the height of supper hour.  As I’m sure you know, I detest crowds so I don’t know what possessed me.  An empty fridge maybe.  I didn’t … Continue reading

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Sketch out

Well, fellow sketchers, this blog doesn’t really work all that well for communicating plans.  I just now dropped in to see if there was any discussion regarding the tentative weekend sketch out because I haven’t gotten email notices from WordPress … Continue reading

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Time for another sketch-out

Yvonne and I have decided that it’s been too long! Let’s get together to sketch this great summer city. We need some dates and some venues. I’ll throw July 28 or 29 out there and the Legislature grounds. We could … Continue reading

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