Monday, September 29, 2014
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Let's hope that we have weather like this for one more outing the last Sunday of October.
Saturday, September 20, 2014
As a side note, the one booth is "SubRosa." The guy in the booth was always in the way of the second half of the sign, but I thought at one point, I saw a "d," so I went with "Road."
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Merwin's Wharf restaurant
1785 Merwin Ave, Cleveland, OH
Meet at restaurant entrance
Please join us for our September Sketch Outing. We'll be meeting at Merwin's Wharf restaurant along the river. It's owned by the Cleveland Metroparks. Since we plan to sketch from their patio, weather permitting, it would be best if everyone orders at least a drink or food. There will be other places to sketch in the general area to sketch, if you decide to not stay on the patio. If it were to rain, we will sketch inside the restaurant. Of course, you can choose to sketch inside if you want, regardless of the weather.
I will post more specific directly this weekend, as the Columbus Ave bridge is still closed. Please watch here or on our Facebook page for more information.
All sketchers, all ages, all abilities, and all mediums are welcomed to join us. We love to give tips to those just starting out. If you have any questions, please feel free to post in the comments.
We generally meet up at 2pm, and then scatter to sketch what we find interesting, and then we meet up at 4pm for photos and show and tell. You are more than welcomed to start earlier, come later, or stay longer. It's very addictive once you start up.
This may be our last good outdoor sketching event before the cold weather sets in, so please consider coming out with us.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
It was a nice, but chilly morning, this past Sunday with a friend drawing from the overlook on Abby Road near the new bridge and Sokolowski's. It give a great view of the downtown skyline. Would be a great spot to sit and watch fireworks.
My friend was painting, and how the sun kept coming and going was causing her some problems. But, since I knew she'd be working longer than I would, it was nice to do a sketch that involved more than what I would usually do.
I did find that sketching from further away did help me get the proportions better and work tighter.