Zócalo de Cuernavaca

Zócalo de Cuernavaca by Sarah Sullivan

Zócalo de Cuernavaca

Although we are no longer in Cuernavaca, I still have a few sketches I would like to post, including this one of people enjoying the central square of Cuernavaca. This is an in-the-moment sketch, that is, a sketch where I just tried to record as much as I could of a complicated and dynamic scene.

I enjoyed sketching this group. The man on the right was reading something funny to the others from his device. At times they would laugh so hard that the waiters would go over to get in on the fun. I think I caught more of the look of listening than the look of laughing but this is a good memory of the cheerful crowds at the  Zócalo de Cuernavaca.

This is a pastel and gouache sketch on black paper. 

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