Sunday, September 18, 2016

Our Indoor Sketchcrawl

I was in the part of the sketchcrawl group that chose to stay inside Meadow's studio space. Here are some of my fellow (happy and dry) sketchers.

It was a lovely place to spend a rainy morning. It was cozy and friendly and we even had a nice soundtrack of music to accompany our sketching and chatting. Each direction held views of exquisitely crafted pottery and the tools used to create it. There were colors and textures and patterns, galore--just perfect if you like to get lost in the details.



Unfortunately, I didn't sketch Meadow's wares, which are delightful. If you would like a mug with the Chapman School swifts diving into the chimney, or a little delicate porcelain vase, or any number of other little treasures, you should head back over to the Thurman Street Studios--rain or shine. 

Thank you, Meadow, for such a fun sketching opportunity.



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  2. It was a fun day, and what a treat to see Meadow's beautiful pottery again! Vicky, I love both of your sketches but especially the one with the pattern of color in all the pottery, with the yellow wash on the wall--wow!

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  3. Thank you, Janene. It was fun to draw and paint all those details.

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  4. Vicky, you made very good use of the rainy day! I, too, love all the pottery patterns and colors.

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  5. Thanks, Linda! It really was a wonderful way to spend a rainy morning.

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