It's Day 9 of the drawing challenge and I am delighted to say I haven't missed a day!
Of course there are rules, otherwise it would be easy but it means getting out there to draw even though you might be in a place surrounded by people who are all too aware of what you are doing.
I've included two of my sketches: one is the beautiful wisteria in my front garden that is our pride and joy, lovingly pruned and cajoled twice a year by my husband and the second is the glorious totem pole drawn during a trip to the Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology on Downing Street, Cambridge.
The sketches are put on the Facebook USK Urban sketchers' site every night so that is a great incentive to make sure I draw every day.
Cambridge Urban Sketchers will be celebrating their third anniversary this year and will be holding an exhibition at Novi in Regents Street, Cambridge between 25 May - 24 June. If you are in the area, pop in for a coffee or cocktail and view the sketches.
Painter living in Cambridge. Mixes fantasy and realism and loves medieval art.
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