Sketching Berries, a Bottle, and a Bus

I hope you’ve enjoyed looking over my shoulder during this sketching challenge. You might wonder how I choose what I’ll sketch. During the day I’m on the lookout for interesting subjects-interesting to me and to you. Sometimes sunlight will land on an object and I’m just drawn to it. Sometimes I want to share a view or something like these luscious blueberries with you.

I nibbled on nearby berries as I sketched these, then I ate them!

I nibbled on nearby berries as I sketched these, then I ate them!

I’m sure the neighbors were wondering why I was staring up at this power pole.

This bottle of olive oil looked so humble in the light.

This bottle of olive oil looked so humble in the light.

This is a bit of a self-portrait.

This is a bit of a self-portrait. I drive my big yellow studio about 200 miles a day. I often stop and sketch after I’ve dropped off the students.

Our living room and the door to my studio inviting me in...

Our living room and the door to my studio inviting me in…

At Eureka Summit I stopped and sketched this in my big yellow studio. The poles are there to mark the road during snow storms.

At Eureka Summit I stopped and sketched this from my big yellow studio. The poles are there to mark the road during snow storms.

On the Glenn Highway, there is a section where the land flattens out and little lakes dot the landscape.

On the Glenn Highway, there is a section where the land flattens out and little lakes dot the landscape. I always feel like yodeling here. It’s a bit Narnian, isn’t it?

7 thoughts on “Sketching Berries, a Bottle, and a Bus

  1. You captured those scenes perfectly, Suzie! And I love how you think of your school bus as your big yellow studio. Yes! The Artful Life!

  2. I like how the average things become a work of art! You have a good eye to turn something ordinary into something interesting… even a school bus!

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