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Emma Guion Akdağ Nov 17
Cat pretty much underwhelmed by my artistic efforts at Stockbridge colonies today
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Ursula 6h
Got out for the first time in a long time and did a little this weekend. This is the old courthhouse in Madera, CA.
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Gemar Menggambar 11h
The Bay 101 Busan, Watercolor on Sketchbook (A6)
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Allan Kirk Nov 12
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Paul Heaston Nov 10
Sketched a ‘59 Jeep FC in Capitol Hill, Denver today.
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Sketch a Day 11h
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jeanette barnes 9h
Happy to have sold this at the auction last night for the architecture charity - 9 bids, v happy. Looking forward to finding out who bought it. Anyone want the 6ft version?
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Richard Johnson 2h
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USk Cincinnati Nov 16
Lovely Third Saturday sketch at Queens Tower!
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Gavin DeDraw Nov 16
On Friday I took the elevator up to the 40th floor of the Equitable Building. I stood on the terrace and drew the view looking up Broadway. The street was full of taxis and buses and people walking across crosswalks.
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urbansketchers Nov 16
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT It is with deep regret that the Urban Sketchers Executive Board and USk Hong Kong announces that the 2020 Symposium will not be held in Hong Kong. More here:
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James Gurney Nov 15
One painting uses transparent watercolor. The other uses gouache, casein, watercolor, and chalk. In the new YT video I talk about different approaches to water media and why it's OK to experiment with mixed methods.
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Luis Ruiz Nov 18
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urbansketchers 6h
The first Mediterranean event took place on the 28th September! Read more in this month's
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Jennie Kessinger 5h
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Gemar Menggambar Nov 18
Myeongdong Seoul, Watercolor on Sketchbook (A6)
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Tim McEwen 50m
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Hannah Barnhardt 56m
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Dr Joost Heystek 24h
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urbansketchers Nov 18
Ukraine explored the Kharkiv Art Biennale at their recent sketch camp. Read more in this month's
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