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.


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

  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