This last February was intense in travels.
As a teacher I spend some time traveling with my students to sketch. This year we planned a sketch trip to Rome. 20 students and 2 teachers. Awesome group available to work about 14-16 hours a day! We sketched Rome almost walking. Sometime we had time for a long sketching time and others just a few minutes.
In Savannah, for our USk board meeting, I arrived one day earlier so I had time to sketch by the river and take advantage of the Sun in the South! :)
The river was (and still is) very important for the city because of the Cotton Exchange (in the past) and the tourists (in the presente).
The first director of Telfair Museum did a trip to Europe to buy art sculptures and paints. For sure he was a man with vision, because the Telfair is a great museum!
About our meeting in Savannah, I just want to say this: it's really a pleasure working for this great community of sketchers from all over the world. We dreamed a lot for all of us!
(From left to right: Jessie Chapman, Marc Taro Holmes, Jason Das, Kip Bradley)