Sunday, October 16, 2011

Oct 15 - 33rd World Wide Sketch Crawl: Houston


Our group was small, but mighty. We sketched at a big Farmer's Market in the Heights just north of Downtown Houston. The weather was clear and pleasant to start but warmed up plenty by quitting time. I had the best little perch on a display of mops tucked in a corner drawing these vendors. A little old Mexican woman just kept busy tending her wares the whole time. A few passer-bys checked on what I was doing and the booth owner was very nice to let me sit there. I got a nice bag of fajita seasoning from her. This is probably the best smelling place I have ever sketched. Between the fruit and veggies, herbs and fresh baking smell from the panaderia across the street.

4 comments:

  1. Lookin' good Judith. Don't forget to also post over at sketchcrawl.com
    My post is a little lonely over there.

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  2. It sounds like you had a warm but wonderful day, Judith! And a marvelous result!!!

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  4. We had a sketch crawl at the San Antonio Zoo. I am the Illustrator Coordinator for the Southwest Texas Society of Children Book Writer and Illustrators Group in San Antonio. We sketch at least 4 times a year together. We should all hook up and sketch together! There is a group in Houston, Dallas, Austin, College Station and San Antonio. We could all work together!
    Thanks for sharing, Akiko White

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