Jane’s Place, Eugene, OR
The design stamps and stamp pads were all ready for folks to start adding backgrounds to their sketchbook pages. The interest grew…
and grew and grew. People had fun playing with stamp patterns.
Tomomi brought her three children and they quickly grasped the making of stamped backgrounds, & sketching over the top of them.
Katie added stamp designs to pages she’d already sketched, then went on to prepare pages for future use.
Helga first said she didn’t know what to do with the stamped design borders, then started sketching, and it all turned out just fine!
Laura baffled herself with stamping, and resorted to just sketching.
Marsha did some corner stamping, then finished up previous work.
Daisy did some border stamping, then went out the door to sketch Laura on the inner deck.
Barb So began sketching the side yard on her pre-stamped page.
And there were lots of people on the side yard deck, too, sketching!
Danita finally had time to finish the sketches she began when we were at Cortesia Sanctuary – lovely lush green.
Sandy was sitting next to Danita in the shade, still determined to conquer sketching white on black paper – always up for a challenge.
Hugh enjoys working white on black, but also enjoys adding color with Caran d’ Ache water soluble wax crayons.
Hugh also did a quick sketch down the path, and who are those people? Ken & Barb Sh, looking at her sketchbook. Nicely done.
Barb Sh’s sketchbooks tell the story of where she’s been – 5th St. Market, Tuesday Farmers’ Market, and Jane’s backyard – charming!
And what’s Ken doing? Getting a ground level look at the patterns in the Hosta leaves – wonderful design development with brush pen.
Jane got in a sketch of the potted cyclamen when she wasn’t running around taking pictures & chasing the dog who stole Barb Sh’s brush.
Tricia did a lovely sketch of Jane’s side yard, prayer flags and all.
On the other deck there were more sketchers at work, then Ken & Tricia (& Tutti, the dog) joined them, too.
Bev was doing a sketch of the miniature roses in the table pot.
Bev takes a look at Barb So’s sketch, and Tomomi looks, too. And finally here is Tricia’s sketch of her view from this deck. A nice time!
One thought on “Stamping and Sketching”
Sorry to miss so many sketch meetings! But had to comment that I am most impressed that Ken could sit on the ground with his
legs crossed long enough to sketch. WOW.
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