I sketched people from the inside of the botanical building in Balboa Park, San Diego. Most of them were looking at a pond. technical pen in a moleskine sketchbook.
My friend Ella and I went to the San Diego Museum of art to view some Charles Reiffel pieces. They didn’t have that many, we looked at some of the other art and did some sketching as well.
My sketch is of a seated Bodhisatlva, Chinese, 565BCE. Limestone.
Brush pen and watercolor in a moleskine sketchbook.
Yesterday I attended an Eventing Event my neighbor participated in. I only saw one of her events but found out later she placed 2nd in the event! It was held at Copper Meadows in Ramona. I did a little sketching while there. charcoal pencil Watercolor, marker, in a moleskine sketchbook.
Festival of Sail is the LARGEST Tall Ship festival on the west coast and is hosted at the Maritime Museum of San Diego. These sketches are of the HMS Surprise which was built in 1970 as a replica of the 18th century Royal Navy frigate Rose. Sketched in a Moleskine Sketchbook with pencil and watercolor.
Guanyin – Sculpture, Northern China, Shows Guanyin seated in “royal ease” , the image projects openness, approachability, and majestic calm. This sketch was done while visiting the San Diego Museum of art. In a Black Moleskine notebook, ink brush with watercolor.
A sketchbook spread and a quote from Norman Cousins. Mixed media: pencil, pen and ink, watercolor, white out pen, ephemera in a moleskine sketchbook.
Beach People, sketched while visiting a friend in Oceanside, California. Fountain Pen with watercolor in a moleskine sketchbook.
A friend of mine came down from Los Angeles and while we sat at the Oceanside Marina I drew these birds sitting on the beach. Mostly pigeons. They were drawn with fountain pen on craft paper in a moleskine sketchbook.