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Last Flight

One of the perks of being a volunteer for the Museum of Flight is knowing when interesting things will happen. These are not the events advertised to the public. I was there a little more than a year ago when … Continue reading

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Muppets at MoPop

Friday sketchers met at MoPop…The Museum of Pop Culture (formerly known as EMP…Experience Music Project). Since I hadn’t seen it yet, my first stop was the Jim Henson exhibit. I looked forward to sketching muppets and I wasn’t disappointed. There … Continue reading

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Two Art Shows

Up and out by 8:15 this morning to get to the Museum of Flight by 9am for a members only Artist Meet and Greet with Jim Dietz. His show, “Wood and Canvas: WW I Aviation Art” is at the Museum … Continue reading

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Another attempt

I wasn’t really happy with the sketch I did last week of the statue of Michael Anderson.  It’s for the James Gurney challenge. Paint-a-Monument Challenge and I wanted it to be better.  I like today’s version well enough to submit … Continue reading

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Sketching with WSU

Each year, Bob Krikac, instructor at the School of Design & Construction at Washington State University, brings the sophomore interior design class to Seattle to study important interior spaces and gain exposure to professional interior design resources. As part of … Continue reading

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One Last Time

For the past 2 years we’ve sketched  at the Stonehouse Bakery and enjoyed the hospitality and delicious baked goods of Partrick Choy. He will be leaving that location at the end of the year so he invited us to sketch … Continue reading

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Michael Anderson at the Museum of Flight

I invited Jonathan, visiting from Australia with Jane Blundell, to sketch at the Museum of Flight today while Jane is teaching. I have never sketched in the Aviation Pavilion since it opened in May of 2016. Today seemed a good … Continue reading

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Color in the Japanese Garden

Urban Sketchers Seattle planned a short notice sketch outing when the weather seemed good and the maples would be in their autumn colors at the Japanese Garden. We might have been a bit too early but we didn’t want to … Continue reading

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Vendor Day 2017

Daniel Smith Vendor Day I’ve been looking forward to this for quite a while! With the new large classroom this year there were, I think, even more vendors. I think I encountered at least 10 Urban Sketchers from both Seattle … Continue reading

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Stonehouse show

This afternoon was my “end of show” reception, hosted by Patrick, owner of the Stonehouse Bakery.   A few people came but I wasn’t expecting many as end of show isn’t really a thing. Since there weren’t a lot of people, … Continue reading

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