Weston Park Sketchcrawl


Yes, the 1st one was such fun, we did it again almost immediately. As it happens, International Sketchcrawl Day was last Saturday, so some of the same folks as last time, plus some new ones, met up for another day of sketching.

We started in Weston Park Museum, drawing various stuffed animals, pinned insects and odd exhibits of all kinds:

Jane Horton:

Curly Horned Sheep at Weston Park

Woolly rhino at Weston Park Museum

Pygmy Armadillo at Weston Park

Woolly Rhino Portrait


Sketchcrawl

Micheal Lee:


Nic sketching WOLF

Cath Dunn:

Nicola Kirkman:


Louise Taylor:



Sketchy

Bryn Hughes:

Dorothy Rasen:

October2010 art Heads arround the Museum

October2010 art Kiddies in the Museum

Lynne Chapman:



Sian Hughes:

Puffin

Wolf

Wildcat

Woolly Rhino

Purple Swamp Hen

Woolly Rhino('s bottom)

We ate a packed lunch and then the boldest of the party braved the outdoors, to draw in the grounds around the museum:


Sian Hughes:

Weston Park and Firth Court

Bandstand

Bryn Hughes:
Louise Taylor:



Lynne Chapman:




Dad (Bryn Hughes)

Dorothy Rasen:

October2010 art View accross the lawns

October2010 art Guardian Lion and bandstand

October2010 art lonely Artist under the trees

Of course, it rained almost immediately, so after a damp and rather chilly hour and a bit, we retreated indoors again for a final warm-up sketch:

Sian Hughes:

Geese and Hare

Micheal Lee:

Lynne Chapman:

We rewarded ourselves with a drink at the nearby University Arms and passed all the sketchbooks round. As you can see, one or two people still couldn't stop sketching!

There always exciting to see the variety of techniques and all the different ways people interpret the same subjects.

iPad Demo

If you look carefully above, you can see that one person even brought an iPad instead of a sketchbook (Jane's iPad drawings are at the very top).

Ahh! Martyn and Jo

What an amazing day out. Please email me if you'd like to take part next time - everyone is welcome, whatever your age, experience or ability, and it's all free. What could be better eh?

Ooh! Tina and Lynne

3 comments:

Nikira said...

Thank you very much for your post, so interesting to see all different artists drawing together, almost like I was there too. I really enjoy combination of letters and image in your drawings. Beautiful!

Dad Man said...

Really enjoyed looking at these sketches. For me they are often more exciting than the end product.

I am a big fan of yours and recently bought 'Class Two at the Zoo' which is treasured my 2 and 5/6ths year-old (and by myself).

I love your style (and simultaneously hate you for being SO damn gifted!)

Keep up the good work!

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