Impressions of Italy: Pigeons

If you ask my kids what the best thing about Italy was, they’re going to tell you, hands down, it was the pigeons. They fed every pigeon they saw. Everyday. So I hung around and sketched.





And every once in a while, they took a break from pigeon-feeding and made their own pigeon-art.


About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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12 Responses to Impressions of Italy: Pigeons

  1. One of the most memorable parts of my trip to Italy when I was younger was feeding the pigeons! Must be a kid thing 🙂


  2. Lee Kline says:

    All kids love to draw. It is a pity that so many parents discourage drawing because they cannot see the value of it.


  3. Steve says:

    Suhita…..I really like your style……learning from you…..keep up the good work going…..

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  4. Nancy Armitage says:

    Taking my sketchbook and watercolors to Italy next month. You are such an inspiration to me. Love you loose and fresh style.

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  5. Vina says:

    It’s great how you include your kids

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  6. madebymylena says:

    I like the style of the sketches. It’s spontaneous and quick, but clear. You see what’s happening and what it is.

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  7. Annie says:

    Suhita, your work of the church and steps has been on my mind since first seeing it 2 weeks ago, even waking one morning thinking about it. The view (3/4 profile?), your treatment of the building and its details, your usual use of colors…well, I don’t always take the time to thank you for your postings and sharing your art, but you need to know how much you are appreciated! Thank you so much.


  8. nomadsketch says:

    beautiful pigeons !!!


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