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’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 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…
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. I always feel like yodeling here. It’s a bit Narnian, isn’t it?