November 2006 Archives
Welcome to visitors from Notebookism! I am honored and delighted to be a featured artist there today. You can explore my daily drawings here, and my drawings of the Carnegie Museum of Art and Carnegie Museum of Natural History are at the Museum Drawing Project. If you are curious about the materials I use, I have a post about them here.
Thanks for stopping by...
Banana left over from snack at PodCamp Pittsburgh today, where I took part in conversations about podcasting and blogging. More of that tomorrow, too.
At the polls volunteering all day, and now staying up WAY too late to listen to election returns. We saw very high turnout at my polling place - probably more than during the last presidential election. Good to talk with neighbors, and to know that so many people care about the direction of region and nation.
I stepped out of the museum today after drawing and stepped into a beautiful sunset. Now that some of the trees are bare you can see so much more sky, even in the middle of the city. So I stood still and painted, figuring I could always take a slightly later bus.
I decided, why not add another daily drawing project to my life for a month? And to vary it from this blog, from the museum drawing project, and from the weekly Pittsburgh drawings I'm doing for clusterflock, I decided to see what would happen if I drew the same subject over and over for thirty days. So that's what I'm doing - all on one sheet of paper: thirty two-inch square sketches of the same tiny still life.