Our whole family went to the park. Lucy tried to eat bumblebees, husband called friends, Lou tanned, and I spied on people to draw. I almost drew the frat boys on the hammocks, but I knew that would result in some sort of conversation I wasn’t really prepared to have. Next time!
My sister and I packed a picnic and found a sunny patch to eat/ read/ draw. Since we were visiting historic Oakland Cemetery I figured I should use sepia ink, because sepia is a historical color.
I’m named after my dad Christopher, so I chose the Christiphine tombstone to draw. Perspective is probably something I should no longer fudge.
“Braille Blues Daddy Bryan Lee” came to our neck of the woods this weekend, and would you believe that we got such great seats? Intimate venue hosted by the Atlanta Blues Society, where everyone knew everyone else. It was incredible.
The band performed three amazing sets and because our seats were front and center, they could see me drawing them and would come and visit for progress. So, I got everyone’s autograph at the end.
More location drawings this spring and summer I think.
Just because it’s so nice outside: