March 09, 2017

Bookclub!

We had bookclub last week - read Children of the New World by Alexander Weinstein, a collection of short stories set in a distopian future in which people are overdependent on technology. I liked it - I give it a qualified 3 (would recommend to a friend, if that friend is okay with distopian stories).


Bookclub dog, Pond. Her brother Wash won't be still long enough to be sketched.

March 08, 2017

Recent Memphis Urban Sketchers Outings

In February we went to the Barret Library at Rhodes - it's a really beautiful building, and it was a good day to be inside!

I sketched Martha Kelly and Carl Fox sketching, with a backdrop of stained glass windows.



In March we went to the Big River Crossing, which was amazing! I wanted to sketch everything and I can't wait to go back.


I sketched the skyline with a fat pen, because I find they make me less fussy.


That bridge, the "New Bridge," proves to be as elusive to capture a likeness of as another Memphis icon, Elvis.


March 07, 2017

Sketchbook Class at Flicker Street Studio

I'm teaching the a class at Flicker Street Studio later this month called Getting Comfortable with your Sketchbook - it's a fun class! If you want to start using a sketchbook regularly, or kick-start your sketchbook habit, join us to learn about different materials and techniques.

Click here to sign up at Flicker Street Studio.
Tuesday Evenings
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
March 21st - April 4th | 3 Sessions
$175 | Materials Included | Beginner and up


One Intersection, Three Lights, and a Trip to the Gas Station

I had to sit through three lights at this intersection before I got to go.

Sketched the Clark Tower while getting gas.