Tag Archives: Gabi Campanario

Gabi’s show

Gabi Campanario has a show in a small gallery in Bothell, WA.  He is the Seattle times editorial artist who also has a column in the paper known as “The Seattle Sketcher”.  He is probably more famous as the founder … Continue reading

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Who knew?

Who knew the lowly ballpoint could be such a versatile drawing instrument? Obviously, Gabi Campanario did.  This was Urban Sketcher Seattle’s last 10×10 Workshop for the year, “Urban Sketching wtih a Ballpoint Pen”. Gabi started with some history and observations … Continue reading

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Procreate Workshop

About a year ago I bought the new (cheaper) iPad 2018 and Apple Pencil. This gave me the option to use Procreate for sketching. My very old iPad couldn’t even load that app. However, there were so many options and … Continue reading

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Unusual art

This blog is usually about my own adventures in sketching.  Today, however, I want to tell you about something rather unusual in the world of drawing. Vashon Artist and Cartoonist, Jim Woodring, has a very large dip pen with which … Continue reading

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Gabi’s 10×10

This was the kick off for Urban Sketchers “10 years x 10 classes” or simply,  “10×10” series.  This is the 10th anniversary year for Urban Sketchers.  To commemorate, they are sponsoring 10 workshops, each group in one of many locations … Continue reading

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Books and Drinking and Drawing

After sketching in Sumner, I drove back north in order to attend the talk and book signing at the Daniel Smith mothership.  Gabi Campanario talked about his books: The Art of Urban Sketching, People and Motion, and Architecture and Cityscapes.  … Continue reading

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Homework at a book signing

The homework for Danny Gregory’s Sketchbook Skool class, Storytelling, is to draw a trip.  I just got back from one and since I don’t have one planned in the near future, I decided to use my outing today for the … Continue reading

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Gabi on TV

Gabi Campanario was on TV again this past week.  Only yesterday did I get through some of the things saved on TIVO for a couple weeks.  One of them was Evening Magazine from King-5. It’s about half way through this … Continue reading

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Museums

It’s Thursday so there is once again a Museum of Flight Sketch.  I was staffing a new location so had a new view to draw!  This is a 1913 aircraft called the Rumbler Taube.  “Taube” means “Dove” in German.  Details … Continue reading

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Drawn to Seattle

Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) is going to host an exhibit of the sketch work and books of Gabi Campanario.  He’s both the “Seattle Sketcher” for the Seattle Times and the founder of Urban Sketchers.  I received this … Continue reading

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