Thursday, January 19, 2012

January 21, 2012 

Freezing rain tonight (the night before).  Treacherous roads. Too many cars in ditches.  We decided to stay warm and cozy, in our own homes, for the WWSketchcrawl with these suggestions: "draw your coffee pot, your shoes, your tv, your couch, what you see outside your window, your bathroom counter, your refrigerator, what you have for lunch, and/or ... whatever." 

So, as Murphy's Law would predict, we got one of those lovely warm winds that sometimes blow through the PNW, and come morning of the WWSketchcrawl, about 10am, the ice was mostly melted off the roads.  Dave and Jim took the opportunity to head on out into the community.

The results are mixed, I think.  There's something about the stimulation of being out with a crowd that makes a difference.   

Here they are, by artist's first name and images created.  

Jan Working a Sketch Through the Window

Jan's "Global Warming"

Jan's "View East"

Jean's "Rhodedendron"

Nancy's "Chinese Latern"

Nancy's "Easy Chairs"

Nancy's "Portrait"

Nancy's "Lunch"

Dave sketched these high school thespians at the mall.  They were promoting their production of "My Fair Lady."

Dave's random people sketches in the Food Court at the local mall.

Jim captured this "Water Decanter" in the Kennewick Coffee Company.

These images are also posted on our FB page, here, and the WWSketchcrawl site. Yeah...we're there, together in spirit.


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