Sunday, October 20, 2013

WORLD WIDE SKETCHCRAWL number 41 at the Tallahassee Museum

WORLD WIDE SKETCHCRAWL number 41:       view world results at:      
    The Tallahassee World Wide Sketchcrawl members meet at the Tallahassee Museum for sketching occasionally. This is a big park-like environment featuring spacious natural habitats for varieties of mostly local wild animals. Many of these wonderful animals have been rescued or are in need of special/medical care provided by expert staff and volunteers. The museum grounds also feature many original historic buildings moved here from other locations including the Princess Murat's home, a church and schoolhouse. Miles of trails punctuated by sculptures take you through natural wetlands . A farm with beautiful domesticated animals is maintained by staff and volunteers. Specialists in costume demonstrate the old ways of life and share their deep historical knowledge. All year we enjoy the various exhibits and activities of the museum galleries. The Art and Education Director Natasha Hartsfield has been a great help to sketchcrawl. Curators Linda Deaton and Sarah Wagoner have honored us with two exhibits. Thank you, Museum staff!
 This year World Wide Sketchcrawl coincided with the Museum's "Halloween Howl", hence some creepy decorations along the trails.

Mule Yard by Mark Fletcher

Sketchcrawlers (L to R) Ellen Peyton, Mark Fletcher, Dorothy Leukanech, John Bevis
Others who participated but are not in photo are: Jennifer Clinard, Christl Grow, Gerald Grow, Linda Dodson, Jeret Madei, Bill Otersen, Cynthia Phillips, Joyce Raichelson, Ann Stevens, Brandon and Eric Swims.

hay loft over cow by Ellen Peyton

scary (?) Hallowe'en decorations on trail

Deer by Mark Fletcher

Portrait of ? on Etch-a-Sketch by Jennifer Clinard

Turkeys by Mark Fletcher

Cabin Door by Ellen Peyton

"Cindy Bear" on deck by Mark Fletcher

Cabin Porch by Linda Dodson

Spooky Hallowe'een Clown house

Rocking Cradle for a Baby in Pioneer Cabin by Mark Fletcher

Tree Beyond Fenced Yard by Bill Otersen

Tree frog by Gerald Grow

Fence and Barn by Joyce Raichelson

Deer looking over shoulder (saying "Good-Bye"?) by Dottie Leukanech