Thursday, January 10, 2008

A Day in Riverside

Yeah!! I finally got to meet up with Marta ! We met at the Riverside Art Museum for the Watercolor West Show with some of my friends. After we all had lunch, Marta and I stayed a little longer and sketched. We sat on a wall in front of the library and enjoyed the sunshine, a little talking and this pagoda. Mine looks like it might fall down any minute but I assure you it is solid. I ask you, is perspective really all that important? It was a really fun day and Marta and I hope to get together again soon.

Going along with the Asian theme, I decided to post this little sketch from my sister's house in Washington. I like to draw objects but I really need to work on my buildings and structures and that perspective thing.

Only one more page in this Robert Bateman Sketchbook. I already have the next one ready to go.

6 comments:

mARTa said...

I had a great day too! Definitely we must plan a full sketchcrawl day!

Wendy said...

I also met someone through everydaymatters yesterday. Alison was visiting Sydney from Canberra and we had a very arty day out. Not on my blog yet. Maybe tomorrow. We had a great day also.

Quilt Knit said...

Wow! Perspective? Not when all the Joy! of a the day comes out. That Joy! makes it all perfect.
So much fun! So Glad you shared a day of such great fun.

((( circle of Art Hugs )))

Sherrie

Claudia said...

Hello Deborah,
you did some very nice sketches! I'm glad to hear you and Marta sketched together; thank you, too, for the nice comment on my blog.
Kind regards,
Claudia

africantapestry said...

wonderful that you got toghether at last and with MArta, it can be only fun!
Ronell

Lisalou said...

This is so charming. I would love to have this in a large size framed, as an inspiration for yoga. Looks like it belongs in a little sancuary.