We had about 20 people for this year’s lunch meet up at the Standard Diner. The staff there did a great job of taking care of such a large group. I think everyone had a good time and besides the good food and socializing, we got a little sketching done also! Here’s the pix.
Hi Everyone, Our December 2nd meet up will be at the Standard Diner, 320 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque, NM. We’ll meet at 11:30AM and stay till about 1:00 to 1:30. They will allow us to order from their regular menu and have separate checks. Cash or Credit Cards are okay. Looking forward to seeing you there. I have 21 people who have signed up. So, if you didn’t previously sign up and want to attend please send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A perfect Fall day with 25 of us gathering to sketch at this beautiful oasis in Albuquerque. We welcomed several new members and hope they will help us celebrate the INTERNATIONAL WORLD-WIDE SKETCHCRAWL on November 11 which happens to coincide with our next sketchout at the Alvarado Transportation Center.
Here’s what we did:
We are considering changing our meet up schedule to once a month instead of every 3 weeks and would like to know everyone’s opinion. If we make the change, we would meet on the 3rd Saturday of every month. Please email me with your vote and/or opinion. We can keep the current every 3 weeks schedule if that’s what the majority wants. Let me know soon so we can finalize the 2018 schedule. Thanks, Jay
Fifteen of our group got together this past Saturday to sketch at the Unser Racing Museum. What a delightful surprise to see this wonderful collection of Formula 1 racing cars along with a separate collection of vintage 1920-30’s vehicles. All of us discovered that sketching cars provides a myriad of challenges.
This park is an absolute gem in the Albuquerque City Park System. Twenty of our group showed up and did some amazing work. The best part of the day was when I was able to announce that Jay Leutwyler , Daylene Horn and Zeke Browning have agrees to co-coordinate our group activities starting with the December 2 meeting.
Here’s what we did: