Ink in Moleskine sketchbook (Larger)

After taking a huge load of stuff to Goodwill and the recycling center (that came from three days of reorganizing the studio, which led to cleaning out my closets, cabinets and the garage) my reward was a latte at Peets (and what feels like a fabulous new, spacious studio!).

Now that I’m nearly done with this organizing/rearranging project it was great to relax and just draw what I could see out the window while I sipped my coffee.

This is another sketch inspired by Pete Sculley’s drawings with incorporated overheard snippets of conversation. (overheard: “I know you can’t make any decisions.” “My parents are here and I can’t just send them home.”)

Next time I’ll post photos of my newly organized studio.

Drawing, Other Art Blogs I Read, Outdoors/Landscape, Sketchbook Pages, Studio
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Join the conversation! 3 Comments

  1. There is nothing like the feeling of garnering more space with a good cleaning and redistributing. I like this little sketch. Those snippets of conversation are so funny, just hanging in space by themselves.


  2. Major project, I can’t even imagine starting to organize my art stuff! This is such a fun drawing, and I really like your new “thing” with the overheard snippets of conversation. Think I’ll try it sometime too, thanks!


  3. Adding the overheard conversation gives a lot to a picture so that it becomes more than a bare scene. Very good idea. I travel a lot by local bus and I certainly hear some strange conversations. And on the train, the half of a conversation when people are on their mobiles!


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