Sketching with Don Colley and a small group of Urban Sketchers at the Museum of Flight was a good end to my 11 day art marathon.
I met up with Frances and F. as we were all there early. I sat to sketch this large view of this historic aircraft. Then left to meet the group at 1pm and returned to my spot to finish the sketch. In the mid-1920’s, the Boeing Model 80 was one of the first passenger aircraft. It first flew in 1928 and carried 12 passengers. This 80-A carried 18. This is the only surviving example of the Model 80 series.
My second sketch was a view I’ve often thought to sketch. It’s in a staff only bridge over the lobby and looks down on this reproduction aircraft. This is my favorite of the day.
Me, F, Frances, Tina, Astronaut, Michele, Don Colley