Blue Mountains Travel Sketch Class

This week we visited the wonderful grounds and house of one of our sketchers! Karen lives on a beautiful property in Leura, and she invited us all for to sketch at her place. We were served delicious coffee and homemade brownies, then delighted in the garden views and sketched in the warmth. What another lovely day was had. We were inspired by Koosje Koene http://koosjekoene.com/ and our sketches show what we liked about her style. 

 

Blue Mountains Travel Sketch Class

We sketched at the incredible Hydro Majestic this week. A fabulous coffee shop pavilion full of nostalgia from days gone by, followed by a visit to the Cats Alley, a sloping corridor in the main building provided perfect inspiration for our sketch class this week. 

 

Sunday Sketchers Workshop

A wonderfully productive day. We started at the Wentworth Falls studio, then headed out to sketch trees , vistas and our lunch. 

 

Cabramatta-Cambodian

Join me for an informative, moving and delicious day Sketching Cambodian food in Sydneys Cabramatta. Lets immerse ourselves amongst divine people and food, lets sketch the dishes we eat, the markets and the fresh produce on offer. Monday June 25th. Bookings Here

 

Blue Mountains Travel Sketch Class

Another cosy day spent in the studio drinking tea, and being inspired this week by Jane La Fazio. We collaged and composed our pages. We played with Derwent graphitint pencils, and we were all rather fond of the gloomy dark tones they were capable of. Perfect for such a winters day in The Blue Mountains. 

 

Blue Mountains Travel Sketch Class

A misty and cold day in The Blue Mountains. We headed to The Three Sisters to learn about sketching people. We decided to stay indoors and sketch in the cafe. Was a fun day, and coffee was fab!

 

Blue Mountains Travel Sketch Class

We had a nice time inside by the fire place. We shared recipes and food memories, then set about learning the intricacies of food sketching, and recipe sketching.

 

Blue Mountains Travel Sketch Class

Its getting chilly, so we stayed inside for more than half the class this week. The Blue Mountains Cultural Centre is a wonderful cafe and space to get cosy in. Students looked at eye level perspective. Some found it easy and raced ahead capturing all kinds of perspectives today, whilst the others enjoyed taking their time to capture the basics of the corners of buildings.