|Looking through the "Window on Wildlife" at Pearson Metropark. The bird blind offered us a comfortable place to learn field sketching skills.|
|If you can draw a flower...you can draw a bird. We practice seeing geometric shapes in flowers and break away from what we think is there (symbols) and what we actually see.|
|...signing my field sketching book for Kim. |
(Thank you, Pam, for taking such wonderful photos! I love the unique angles you use, which add interest to all of your photos.)
|John sketching birds using the "two circles and a triangle" method! :-)|
|Pam used time-lapse photography to record John drawing a cardinal. COOL and fun!!|
Thank you to all of the participants. I had fun, fun, fun, and it was amazing to see everyone drawing flowers and birds with ease by the end of the workshop. I have lots of memories tucked away from the class, including the "wiener bird," the "field sketching nomads," and "Aunt Mary Clare!"
I will be blogging about the Biggest Week over the next few weeks. The birds, the people, the events...everything about the Biggest Week is amazing!