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San Miguel Allende, Part 3

The Mask Museum, Cañada de la Virgen and other adventures around San Miguel Allende Continue reading

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San Miguel Allende, Part 2

San Miguel Allende in the early morning, and when the light go down… Continue reading

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San Miguel Allende, Part 1

You have never seen color like in San Miguel Allende Continue reading

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Surprising Santa Fe: Potter’s Pink Adobe

If you paint in watercolors, don’t go to Santa Fe without Potter’s Pink in your palette. YOu’ll need it to paint all the wonderful colors you see in adobe structures everywhere. Even when I wanted to achieve warmer more ochre-based … Continue reading

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Grace Cathedral

Laurie Wigham arranged a wonderful sketchcrawl in San Francisco a couple of weeks ago. Jane Blundell and Liz Steel were both in San Francisco that day and it was a wonderful way for San Francisco Bay Area Sketchers to sketch … Continue reading

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The trouble with Painted Ladies

Trying to draw the befuddling Victorians… Continue reading

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Usk 2017 Part 8: Farewell Chicago!

Five days in the city, and I’d never been as far as the river (which was only a 10 minute  walk north of my hotel). So when the Symposium was done, that’s where  I headed. This is Marina City, but … Continue reading

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