Yesterday 18 Montrealers met up for our monthly Sunday Sketching outing. This time at the Musee de Beaux Arts. Many people sketched views out the windows. Everyone is chafing to be on the street drawing. I think it's still a few cold months away.
took the opportunity to do studies in the classical sculpture room.
Technically visitors at the Musee are only allowed to sketch in pencil.
In practice they don't seem to mind a discreet bit of ballpoint pen, or
even a little water pen and pan colors - but I think they'd draw the
line at pulling out the tube colors.
In any case - I wouldn't
normally draw in pencil if it weren't for the regulations. I don't know
why I don't do it more often. It's actually very relaxing. I think cast
drawing would make great art therapy. It's very calming, especially next
to all this live-action-drawing I've been up to lately. I wonder if
this is another sub-category for Urban Sketching - we could start a slow
sketching movement! Perhaps that's a topic for a future workshop.
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