I'm a big fan of winter but even I'm over the cold season this year. And without fail on the 1st September (for those of us in the Southern Hemisphere) it was a warm, sunny spring day. Work has been very manageable this week so it allowed me some free time to sit in my... Continue Reading →
Brick by Brick
Over the last month or so I have undertaken a study into drawing architecture. Now that I’m drawing outdoors more and living in an inner-city suburb I’m increasingly aware of buildings and architectural structures dominating much of the urban landscape. So now that I am drawing outdoors more I cannot avoid architecture in my drawings... Continue Reading →
It seems like the only time I have to draw out and about is when I'm eating. All except for the one in the park was sitting at a cafe/restaurant/gelati shop etc. For a closer look click here. Cheers!
I cannot believe we are four months into the new year - it's ridiculous. It's been awhile since I did some Urban Sketching, admittedly I never felt motivated too, but once I did one I wanted to keep going. I also drew my first "ghost" stop - which is a bus stop that is no... Continue Reading →
A capital idea
I went to our country's capital, Canberra (NOT Sydney, for all my international followers) for a few days. It was mainly to visit the touring Renaissance Exhibition at the National Gallery but I managed to fit in a few more museums and markets. Anyway, for those who do not know, Canberra was a planned city... Continue Reading →
More Bus Stops
More bus stops for my Urban Sketches contribution. For detailed images click here. Cheers!
Do the Bus Stop
As I was starting a brand new sketchbook for my Urban Sketches entries I decided on a theme based around Scenes From A Bus Stop. Most will still be around my local area, but as I take public transport quite regularly I will include other locations around Sydney (and possibly further? who knows...) Anyway, I'm... Continue Reading →
Urban Sketches Australia 2012
My theme for my new Urban Sketches book in 2012 is "Scenes from a Bus Stop"
Happy New Year!
I made the most of my precious client-free week inbetween Xmas and NY Day and got a lot of drawing and painting done. How blissful it was! I managed a couple more Urban Sketches, which completes one book. So I will start the new year with a new book. I was thinking of drawing scenes... Continue Reading →
The weather has been very wet in Sydney of late. When we should be sweating in the shade we are still wearing boots and tucking a cardigan in our bag. So I only managed two Urban Sketches of my neighbourhood, but I'm hoping with the Christmas break coming up to fit in some more. The... Continue Reading →