Saturday, January 22, 2011

Sketchcrawl 30 Results - Kenosha, WI

Sketchcrawl 30 in Kenosha started at 10 a.m. at the Kenosha Public Museum.

Above Rollin Jansky's "Terminus Ad Quem," 1974. Fiberglass and enamel.

In the upstairs gallery they have wonderful benches. I sat on one and drew another. I got a little caught up in the shadows being thrown by a partition off to the right, and the shadows of the bench legs.

Third drawing of the day was of a Gemsbok head hangin' on the wall. I wish I had eyelashes like this beasty.

We took a quick break for lunch at Char's Cafe—yum! Eat there if you get the chance...very tasty.

Went to the Civil War Museum for a bit more sketching, and I ran out of lead in my pencil! Doh! Out came the blue ballpoint. I like the way the  lady's hat and front end of the stove turned out. The fan and canon are teeeeerrrrrrrrrible...ah well, can't win 'em all.

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