Monthly Archives: June 2020

On a Zoom Evening

I drew on Zoom with my cousin’s group in Fresno again. The model was lovely and had an upright air about her. When it came time to finish the sketch, I looked outside to my garden wall and fitted it … Continue reading

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No More Zoom

Three people I know were very happy to leave Zoom and work together in person, on our patio. And I was happy to sketch them, masks and all.

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Another Zoom Sketch

Via Zoom on my computer in San Diego, I painted with my cousin’s sketching group in Fresno. The model stood in her own back yard by her fence and flowering hedge, while we all painted from our own homes.

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Thinking About The Protestors

As I hide from Coronavirus and paint flowers, I have been thinking a lot this last week about police brutality, economic disparities, opportunity, and school achievement. I remember from the sixties what a difference the civil rights marchers and protesters … Continue reading

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