A french market scene.
Everydbody in our exchange group had already seen this scene posted on our FPP blog, and I just wanted to add it here too. It was my contribution in Vivien’s book a while back. She ended her drawing with a lovely, soft, perfectly drawn feather and I picked up the feather cue from her. See Lindsay‘s creative continuation from here, posted on FPP by Robyn, and unfortunately you’ll have to wait a while to see how Robyn continued…but pop in at our FPP blog – the books are getting LONG and EXCITING and VERY creative.
I have seen all of us getting looser and looser, more original, more creative, more daring, trying new materials and mediums, playing with collages, pasting and glueing, going for beautiful realisms to beautiful abstracts, pushing and challenging ourselves.
A sketchbook exchange is a wonderful way to move a bit away from what we do normally in our art, “our signature work” so to speak and try out something different, still putting our own “signature” on whatever we do…pushing the envelope. I think that when this sketchbook exchange project is done, we’ll all look back, and discover that apart from the fun we’ve had, we will have learnt new ways, techniques and creative playing-around , grown in directions we wouldn’t otherwise have discovered…I know I will.
…a french market scene…
This entry was posted on July 21, 2008 by The view from Myfrenchkitchen. It was filed under French markets, Hands, Ink, international sketchbook exchange, pen, people, sketchbook, watercolour and was tagged with africantapestry, feather, flying pictures project, french market scene, French markets, internation sketchbook exchange, Lindsay, pen and ink, robyn, ronell van wyk, vivien, watercolour.