Sunday, January 27, 2019

WorldWide Sketchcrawl number 62 Museum of Florida History

WorldWide  Sketchcrawl number 62 Museum of Florida History

Mastodon skeleton
by Mark Fletcher


Mastodon skeleton
by Mark Fletcher


Pete the Sailor and artifacts
by Mark Fletcher


Banjo Player and passenger
by Mark Fletcher


Cannon
by Mark Fletcher



by Tom


by Tom



Steamboat 
 by Chip 

by Tom

by Mary

by Tom



 Civil War Uniform
by Mark Fletcher


Mastodon skeleton
by Mark Fletcher

by John

How many cyclists does it take to change a tire?
(4--Mark sketched the "pros"[above]-- Jeff also sketched --
since there were too many chiefs in the kitchen)
From our weekly bike challenge.


by Barbara

by John

by Mary

by John

by Barbara




by Mary

by Barbara

by Mary

Mastodon skeleton
by Mark Fletcher

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Worldwide Sketchcrawl 61 at Goodwood Museum and Gardens

Worldwide Sketchcrawl 61 at Goodwood Museum and Gardens:

17 artists came to sketch:
Maria from Denmark, Ann, Bill, Tony, Pam, Dede, Robert, Chip, Tom, Mary, Barb, Martha, Judith, Joyce R. and Joyce B. and Jeff and me (Mark) checked in. We had fun. At the cottage now Rev Cafe we compared sketches and had lunch.

Despite the hurricane a week and a half before, Goodwood was having weddings and other events.

We all needed a break from repairs and cleanup  -- and  to focus on drawing rather than the disaster for a while was a relief.

 Maybe because of the hurricane (and also the WWSC website domain lapsed) people were late uploading sketches.


gilded stand with my reflection in mirror behind it
by Mark Fletcher

small tree growing from a large tree
by Mark Fletcher

plants 
by Mark Fletcher


An old column
by Mark Fletcher


by Barb

by Tom

by Tom

by Tom

by Tom

by Judith

Museum/House before color/foliage
by Chip

Museum/House after color/foliage
by Chip

by Mary
by Mary



by Martha Lord

Monday, August 20, 2018

60th Worldwide Sketchcrawl

60th Worldwide Sketchcrawl at Lofer, Austria

We went to maintain grandmother's grave, the only confirmed gravesite for our family in Europe so far. Mr. and Mrs. Rummel had done a wonderful job preserving and beautifying after Amanda Fletcher returned to England in 2013. Mr. and Mrs. Rummel both taught woodworking. They made this original cross and plaque for the grave which have endured since first constructed.



I made a sketch similar to this for
Mr. and Mrs. Rummel on their 40th anniversary
on World Wide Sketchcrawl day at my favorite place:
Bairu Park is full of Beech Trees and Limestone boulders.
It remains unchanged since I first played there in the 1970s.
(Sara calls this "Fairyland")
Their sketch is better quality-- and though unfinished--
it leaves to the imagination
what wonderful times might lay ahead.



More sketches from the picturesque Alpine village of Lofer: 







Wednesday, April 25, 2018

59th Worldwide Sketchcrawl at Bill and Sara Ruth Mckeown's home

59th Worldwide Sketchcrawl at Bill and Sara Ruth Mckeown's home:
20 Artists Participated! Thank you Bill and Ruth!
Mark Fletcher

Mark Fletcher

Mark Fletcher

Mark Fletcher

Mark Fletcher

Mark Fletcher
Mark Fletcher

Mark Fletcher

Mark Fletcher


Mark Fletcher

Mark Fletcher

Mark Fletcher

Mark Fletcher

Mark Fletcher

Mark Fletcher

Dottie

Jan

JoAnne

Mary

Mary

Robert

 Barbara

 Barbara

Sherry

                                   

 Lorraine

 Jennifer

 Roger

 Roger


 Debi

 Roger

 Tom

 Tom

 Robert

  Debi

  Debi

  Debi

  Debi

  Debi

  Dede




Joyce