Saturday, December 16, 2006

Walk Two Hundred and Thirty-Five – By the church

churchend
A lovely crisp day with blue skies.
140mm x 95mm ink pen and waterbrush in the last page of the annoying spiral bound sketchbook

6 Comments:

Blogger Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

you are such a confident artist with just a few lines and no mucking it up by overworking. How old are the buildings in your village/town? Is the church really old?
Our Geelong East Uniting church buildings are only about 30 years old and look like a school compound, square and very ordinary looking, but Peceli's Fijian congregation meet in a super looking building up in Melbourne which looks like an aeroplane hangar (designed because it is near an airbase, Point Cook).
W.

12:40 am  
Blogger Tami said...

Beautiful Julie! Great page! love the simple lines as always.

3:54 am  
Blogger Hashi said...

Fabulous shadows

4:41 am  
Blogger Penny said...

Love this series of muted tones. So clever.

9:03 am  
Anonymous petescully said...

now this is a country i recognise! i'm going home for christmas and simple scenes like this are making me really look forward to it.

4:35 pm  
Blogger Jana Bouc said...

Don't you just love to finish a sketchbook and put it on a shelf--especially one you didn't like! I have a couple of those, one that I just finished. But strangely, by the time I finished it, I had started liking it for it's unlikeability. Because I disliked it, I was free to scribble and waste pages, which freed me up a lot.

6:13 pm  

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