Friday, December 2, 2016

Down.....Country Road

Since last May and taking the Sketchbook Watercolor Class from Leslie Fehling, at Cheap Joe's in Boone, North Carolina, I have been filling a journal with everyday happenings around my home.
This page is a sketch from my front window and looking down our driveway...which I have shared in photo form several times.  The deciduous trees are bare and offer a view of the winter season. This page was done quickly and in a loose manner. I used a micron pen and watercolor paint.

There is another class that Leslie Fehling will be teaching right here in McMinnville, Oregon.  It is happening May 19, 20 and 21st at the Currents Gallery.  It's well work a look to see if this class is something you might enjoy.  Leslie is a wonderful teacher and the class offers great techniques and methods to apply to Watercolor Sketchbook Journaling.  The class is titled "Sketch Your Life" . 
Click here to read more and sign up for the class!  You may also go to Leslie Fehling's Blog and click on the email link under the class listing.  Sepha is the contact person at Currents Gallery in McMinnville. Phone: 503 435 1316. 
It would be fun for some of you who live nearby to join the class! 

Thanks to Paint Party Friday for offering so much encouragement to those of us who love to create and share our journey's.

9 comments:

  1. LOve your sketch, Julene. What a beautiful place you live in!

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  2. What a lovely view you have, nice work!

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  3. Your sketch is fantastic. Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

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  4. I really like this sketch. There is good depth to it. Have a nice weekend.

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  5. Beautiful sketch of a lovely scenery. Thanks for visiting my blog. As to your question: Yes, I make lassi often and drink.

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  6. Beautiful perspective... very well done!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  7. Lovely piece! Those tree details are especially beautiful!

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  8. What a wonderful visual diary, Julene.

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  9. Great entry to your art journal! Merry Christmas!

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