Urban Sketchers in Savannah
I’m just back from a weekend in Savannah Georgia at the first meeting of the urbansketchers.org executive board. We had a very productive weekend discussing our various projects. (The annual symposium, coming up in Paraty Brazil, our workshops program, and other educational projects).
[Photos Jessie Chapman]
While we were down there, meeting at the Telfair Museum, we held a little sketch crawl. Was a great chance to meet some local sketchers and see small bit of Savannah.
They have a series of public squares, each with it’s own character.
All these sketches are Lamy fountain pen and washable ink, in a Stillman and Birn Epsilon, with watercolor accents.
The rest of the weekend was head down, reading docs, debating issues, and planning cool stuff for upcoming year.
Of course, you have to eat right? So there were always time to get a few sketches over dinner.
[A coffee-break-portrait-speed challenge with Mário Linhares]
The last day people were splitting up to go home, so the stragglers went out for one more time around the historic district.
[A lightning sketch of the streetcar. Didn’t even stop walking to do this one].
[Who says you can’t get a good sketch from a parking garage? Best free view in the downtown!]
[The architects say this is a Mansard roof]
So, thanks to Kip Bradley at the Telfair for hosting us, and thanks Savannah for the great weather and your scenery.