Category Archives: Education

Coffee Shops and Farmers Markets (Part 2 of 2)

Drawing People on location again, and listening in to and drawing their stories… Continue reading

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Coffee Shops and Farmers Markets (Part 1 of 2)

I’m outside drawing people more, feeling their stories, chatting with them across larger distances and holding my sketchbook up for them to see from further away when they’re curious about what I do. It’s different, but I’m thankful for it. Continue reading

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What I Learnt From Drawing With My Family On Zoom

A year of drawing online with family.What I learnt, how to hold one, and lots of exciting pieces produced by the group. Continue reading

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Livestream and Video

I’m doing a YouTube livestream this evening (5pm Pacific Time) with Paul Wang, my partner-in-crime at Sketching PlayLab . PaulĀ and I will be painting with a small palette of colors. We chose 3 colors each to bring to the palette … Continue reading

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Sketching as a Question: Connecting the dots

Sketching as a Question: Connecting the dots #usktalks #urbansketching #usk Continue reading

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Sketching as a Question: USk Talks

This weekend I had the huge honor not only of being on a USk Talks session, but also on sharing the hour with one of the most inspiring sketchers, USk founder Gabi Campanario. If you missed the session, it is here: Continue reading

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