Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Another Day at Armstrong


Last weekend my friend, Liz, wanted to try her hand at
sketching. I suggest going to our local Armstrong Nursery and sketching there. We had a great time and she really jumped right in. Way to go Liz!


Of course there are always great plants and flowers but there are also lots of interesting architectural items and fun decorations. It is always so colorful.

And don't forget those fun and funky garden ornaments. I really enjoy putting together interesting things on a page. I end up with some wild compositions and the page tells it's own story.




Robert Bateman 5" x 7" Sketchbook
Pen and Watercolor

7 comments:

purplepaint said...

Deborah - these are great! I've just given you a blog award if you'd like to check my pencil-paper-paint blog for details. :) Marva

Margaret Ann said...

Another delightful collection of goodies...I did something similar this summer at a local garden shop when back in Illinois...had an absolute ball! A fascinationg place to draw! :)

Annie said...

What a fun way to spend the day with a friend and with such enduring results.

Watercolorist said...

Good work. Unique style. Amusing and fun.

africantapestry said...

Beautiful sketches, all of them. You're lucky. I asked one day to sketch the fish in our local nusrery and I was told to ask permission by written letter!
ronell

mARTa said...

I have such fond memories of playing at the local nursery when I was little while my parents shopped for plants! I might have to join you sometime to sketch there!

Dewberry Fine Art said...

Deborah, Your attention to the details is oh, so amazing. Love the way you look at life. You have some very wonderful illustrations.