Monday, January 11, 2021

January Bluffton SketchCrawl / Wright Family Park


I love crisp mornings when my clothing is properly layered.  Saturday was such a morning.  The sun was getting stronger, pushing the cloud cover away and the breeze off the May River was at my back.  With a sketchbook in my lap, I began to sketch the entrance arch to the newly opened Wright Family Park.  

As I sketched with my brown pen, I took in the atmosphere around me.  Folks walking dogs, some just out for a stroll.  Blufftonians and tourists alike.  After the trauma in Washington this week, it seemed everyone was enjoying the respite.  I know I sure was.  It's not the first time that immersing myself into making marks and then throwing some paint on a page in my journal has soothed my soul.

I invite you to start a journal of your own.
Soon I'll be offering online classes in the joy of making marks and splashing paint.
Interested in learning more?  Just hit the 'Contact Pam' link in the righthand column under 
Workshop Information and share your email with me.  
 

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