Tuesday, January 14, 2014
My sketches from day in Newcastle: Liz Steel
So here are my sketches from our great day in Newcastle.
It was impossible not to spend the first hour or so talking - with so many new people to meet and good sketching friends to catch up with. And therefore it was a little hard to settle down to sketch - so I did a number of quick loose sketches of the Customs House tower and the old Post office.
The afternoon was more relaxing as a smaller group headed down to Queens Wharf area -such a beautiful day and a great place to sketch. I hope to be able to come back to Newcastle again soon.
I was working in a new Stillman & Birn Gamma book and also sheets of Cold Press Fabriano - more about it on my blog
Posted by Liz Steel at 3:00 PM
Labels: architecture, ink, Liz Steel, Newcastle, Queens Wharf, Sketching events, USK, Watercolor