Here’s the results from the sketch out at El Zaguan. It was a beautiful, sunny morning with about 20 sketchers. Enjoy.
Hello everyone. Our next sketch outing will be on Canyon Road in Santa Fe. We are meeting at El Zaguan, 545 Canyon Road. Originally the James L Johnson House and Garden and now it houses the Historic Santa Fe Foundation. We can sketch on site there or you can feel free to wander on Canyon Road. We’ll meet at 10 AM and then share our sketches at Noon.
Let me know if you will be attending:
Since the weather man is predicting a possible rain storm for Saturday, we can all just use our best judgement for the sketch out at the Botanical Gardens. If it’s not raining by 10 AM I will still show up. There is shelter in the conservatories ( the Mediterranean and Desert Gardens) and also shelter under the concert stage. But if it’s already raining by 10, or if it looks inevitable, then we will cancel.
Maybe I’ll see you all Saturday morning
Hi All. Our next sketch out will be June 16th at the Albuquerque Bio Park Botanical Gardens, 2601 Central Ave NW. We will meet in the front courtyard at 10AM and sketch till about Noon. Let me know if you’ll be attending.
18 sketchers met in Madrid on April 14th. While the day started out cool and breezy, by the time we were done it was beautiful. After sketching, 14 of us went to The Hollar for lunch. All in all a great day to sketch and to make new friends! Continue reading
Hi All. Our next sketch crawl will be in Madrid, NM on April 14th at 10AM. We will meet in front of the Mine Shaft Tavern and sketch till about Noon. This is always a fun event in Madrid with lots a great sketching material. Let me know if you’ll be attending by adding your name in the box and click submit. Or you can email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, the new April drawing attention is on line now. Check it out: http://www.urbansketchers.org/2018/04/drawing-attention-april-2018.html
Congrats to Erik Madsen for another great guest blog on urbansketchers.org.
Here’s the link: http://www.urbansketchers.org/2018/03/sketching-old-spanish-mission-in-new.html
Give it a look!