Tag Archives: Georgetown

Monsters

Yesterday morning I went in search of David’s monsters. David H. has done a couple sketches of the oversized prop monsters outside the Georgetown Morgue. While all the signage is still there, it’s not really a Morgue, it’s a haunted … Continue reading

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Georgetown Montage

Today was my first sketch outing with a group and it was with the NW Watercolor Society rather than Urban Sketchers. They have been meeting on Wednesdays throughout the pandemic with strict precautions. I’ve not felt comfortable joining them until … Continue reading

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Tinte Cellars

Yesterday I finally got a chance to sketch the new Tinte Cellars tasting room in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle. It was one of the subjects that had to wait until I felt comfortable standing out on the streets. They … Continue reading

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Chickens in hats

While driving around Georgetown again, I went by this house with chickens in Santa hats on the gate! This is one of those serendipitous discoveries that just cannot be passed!

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Sunny in Georgetown

With almost spring like weather today, I knew I wanted to go sketch in Georgetown. It’s one of, if not the oldest, neighborhoods in Seattle. I wanted to sketch that Victorian-ish house called the “Georgetown Castle”. Oh, and, of course, … Continue reading

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Another one closed

The Jules Maes Saloon in the Georgetown neighborhood closed in March after 132 years.  It was one of the oldest bars in Seattle.  I only learned of the permanent closure this week so went to sketch it before the exterior … Continue reading

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Through the windshield

It was a relatively warm and sunny day so a good one to do some car sketching.  I continue to self isolate but getting out to do interesting things.  Here’s my studio on the go: I’ve noticed this boat many … Continue reading

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Busy Sunday

This past Sunday (5 January) I did 2 sketches before 10 am and then finished one started earlier in the week during Social Watercolor at Daniel Smith I’d started this “last year”, “in the previous decade”!  Actually, it was just … Continue reading

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That time again

This was Urban Sketchers Seattle’s fifth time sketching the Georgetown Garden Walk. Sometimes I walk many of the gardens. This year my knee was hurting so I stayed close to Oxbow Park, our throw-down location. There were quite a few … Continue reading

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Elysian

Urban Sketchers Seattle met at the Elysian Brewery Tap Room in the Georgetown Neighborhood of Seattle. I’d scoped it out a couple months ago.  Besides the taproom, it’s close to the very interesting main street in funky Georgetown. We had … Continue reading

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