Friday, July 10, 2015
The next outing for our Dallas-Fort Worth sketch group, in association with Downtown Fort Worth Inc. (DFWI), will be a self-guided “SketchTour” of the Wings of the City sculpture exhibition at several sites in Downtown Fort Worth on Saturday, August 1. You can learn more about the exhibition here: Wings of the City. To avoid the hottest part of the day, we’ll meet at 10am at the “Active Pool” of the Fort Worth Water Gardens at the south end of downtown.
This outing will be exciting, providing sketching opportunities that mix figure drawing of the sculptures with their urban context. We’ll walk from one site to the next, sketching at least three sites. You may want to try something different like combining all your sketches on one larger sheet to tell a story, or adding a freehand map of the route to your work. We’ll finish at Burnett Park around noon. With refreshments provided by DFWI, we’ll share sketchbooks and ideas, and take a group photo to post online.
Bring a friend, and if this is your first outing with us, welcome! The SketchTour isn’t a class, workshop or competition. It's an opportunity for creative people to meet each other, draw together, and share their sketches with each other and online.
What are the rules?
1. There are no rules.
2. Anyone can participate, be it to draw for 20 minutes or the full scheduled time.
3. Any level of ability is welcome, from veteran artists to first time sketchers.
4. Bring your own sketching gear. A hat, water and sunscreen are a good idea.
5. Kids under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Downtown parking is free on weekends. More info at www.fortworthparking.com. If you have questions shoot me an email at email@example.com. Please join us!
Posted by James Richards at 2:35 PM