It was a cold and rainy night so we met indoors at the cosy Kensington Circus Pub (named for the traffic roundabout it faces in Kensington, on the Berkeley border. It’s a very pleasant place to sip a beer and sketch. After eating a delicious sandwich I spent most of the evening facing the bar and doing the sketch above. I wore my L.L. Bean flashlight hat to see to paint and it worked great.
Then I turned to face the other direction and sketched these gentleman who were in a booth a few feet away but didn’t seem notice or care that we were drawing them. They were meeting to dine, drink and plot a business venture from what I could overhear.
4 replies on “Sketching at Kensington Circus Pub”
Your sketches are becoming more and more complex and rich. Nicely done!
As linda says, Jana… And it is always such fun to go on these painting adventures with you. You really do take us along with your pictures and comments.
Sounds like a perfect place to sketch!!! Your last post of juicy red apples inspired me to sketch some tomatoes today….I love red!
Hi Marta, Casey passed on your hug for me. Thanks and hugs back to you. Glad to have been an inspiration for your beautiful tomatoes! Jana