Sketched from reference photos I took on a week-long visit to Montréal in March, 2015. The bright, mustardy yellow insulation exposed between the buildings was very striking, especially in the sunlight. When I got home I discovered that Marc Taro Holmes had sketched buildings across the street from this in his then–recently-released The Urban Sketcher,… Read more »
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Series of shots of this work in progress; pencil, Carbon fountain pen, watercolour, in 8 ¼ × 3 ½″ Global Art Materials trav•e•logue hand•book. Had to include the Kubota tractor. Some pencil studies in a Moleskine drawing pad before starting the watercolour. The tractor is much bigger here than in the painting.
Plein air sketch using pencil, Carbon & Lamy fountain pens (with carbon ink and Noodler’s Ink Borealis Black ink), and Copic markers in a 9 ¼ × 6 ¼″ Stillman & Birn Alpha (150 gsm) white sketchbook. The bridge was built in 1905, and sits unused alongside Route 114 between Riverview and Alma, New Brunswick.
Plein air sketch of the light station (light house) at Cape Enrage (
Quick plein air pencil sketch made as the tide was coming in at Slack’s Cove, in Rockport, New Brunswick. 9 ¼ × 6 ¼″ Stillman & Birn Alpha (150 gsm) white sketchbook.
Plein air pencil and Copic marker sketch of majestic Mount Oberlin, on the Going-to-the-sun Road in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA. Amazing how quickly the light changes in the mountains. First sketch in my new 9 ¼ × 6 ¼″ Stillman & Birn Alpha (150 gsm) white sketchbook, bought in Calgary, Alberta.