The Top Drawers & Friends group keeps growing. Many people who connect with us don’t live locally, or they travel. But they keep on sketching and sharing with us. That’s what this page will celebrate – sketching in absentia!
🎨 June 19, 2019 – Here’s Hugh’s update, sketched from a coffee shop in Prince George:
🎨 June 18, 2019 – while we were sketching at Cortesia, Bill and his wife Connie were celebrating their anniversary by sketching at Sunriver on the Deschutes River:
🎨 June10, 2019 – Update from Hugh & Sandy Larkin:
🎨 Hugh and Sandy Larkin are on an adventure trip up to Canada and sent their sketches. Here are Hugh’s first:
Here are Sandy’s sketches:
🎨 Roger Mitchell (our Canadian correspondent) just returned from a trip to the Galapagos with wife Sharon, his year old grandson & his mother. He said he filled a small accordion sketch book with daily meditations. Here are a few sketches (& grandson caught in a shell):
🎨 Two more sketches when it snowed:
🎨 Just in, from Lealan’s backyard:
🎨 Our usual Tuesday sketching was derailed by a sudden down pouring of SNOW. So Ken sent out suggestions for drawing snow, and here’s what people sent in:
🎨 This just in from Ken O’Connell in Taos: “Well I finally pulled out 24 colored pencils, 15 pens, and three brushes and decided less is more and drew with one medium ball point pen. The sun was very bright as it flashed off the snow this morning. Now that I see it smaller on my phone I see where I want to add some more darkness.”
🎨 Katie Stocks is traveling to Cabo San Lucas, regaling us withsketches along the way:
🎨 Our Canadian friend Roger Mitchell reports that it’s -18C where he is, so there’s less skiing and more sketching moments. This is his sketch from the wood pile:
🎨 Sean Smith has recently joined our group, but still has to work, so the evening of the day we went sketching, he did this at home:
🎨 Bill Kentta is vacationing in Mexico but hasn’t forgotten about his sketch pals back home! He’s added a sketch twist – drawing or quotes on pottery shards from the beach as found art!
🎨 Roger Mitchell lives in Canada but connected with us on a sketch trip to Italy with Ken O’Connell. He’s continued to sketch whether traveling or not. Below are his November 2018 sketches from Hawaii (makes you wish you were right there with him!).