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Art Vs Artist April 2020

Studley Park Boathouse...2.0!

Studley Park Boathouse

Black and white
coloured on the spot
 Hi!  Drew this with the Melbourne Urban Sketchers last Saturday.  It was such a beautiful and sunny day.  Not like the first time we came here.  It was raining..I was pretty cold and miserable but the second time around was great!  I am also pleased with this sketch.  I wasn't happy at all with my first one.    Urban Sketching with a group is always a lot of fun!

Jay Parappil ( who is a great artist) also took some shots with me in it!  Drawing on the spot.  It would seem that I do clench my jaw while am concentrating....better watch that...

Chatting on the phone to my parenst, they were picking me up

Group shot!

Drawing in action!  I beat Jay to the spot ;)

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