Despite the transit strike, intrepid Urban Sketchers braved the traffic for Sketchcrawl 41 at Jack London Square. We enjoyed fantastic sunny, warm weather, blues bands and a classic car show.
I started by sketching (above) Jack London’s sod-roofed cabin above (moved to Oakland from the Klondike where it was discovered), Heinolds’ Last Stand (where Jack London started writing The Sea Wolf and Call of the Wild), and the bronze statue of a wolf.
The classic car show was the best I’ve ever seen, with cars from Model A’s to Camaros and everything in between, spread out along the waterfront for blocks. This one had hydraulics that let it sit right on the ground when parked and then pop up for driving. It was hard to choose which one to sketch until I spotted a bench in the shade, right in front of this one.
3 replies on “Jack London Square: Sketchcrawl 41”
Great sketches and locations as always Jana.
Your sketches are as meaningful as any “real” painting. GRRRReat!
Great sketches. I,m took, took part in the 41st worldwide sketchcrawl. They are fun.