Gabriel Campanario

Gabriel Campanario

Glacials melt directly into this alpine lake in the North Cascades. The water is ice-cold. But that didn’t stop my friends Ahmed and Ben from jumping…

Red tiles. Blue tiles. Iron bridges. Baroque churches. Towering monuments. Thirsty lions. Sweet wine. A magic bookstore. Civic pride. Porto. Ponto.

All these years in the Pacific Northwest have taught me never to let rain dampen my sketching plans. Unless is cold and windy, there’s always…

The Castle of Montemolín, “el castillo” as I’ve called it since I was a kid, is one of more than 300 medieval fortresses embedded in…

Had a lot of fun teaching “urban sketching on foot” today with a fantastic group of students. The class was part of the School of…

The workshop I just taught at #USkPorto2018 was about using a pocket-size notebook for urban sketching. That format may seem small, but there’s a lot…

I had the privilege of teaching my Pocket Urban Sketching workshop to three groups of international sketchers during the 9th Urban Sketchers Symposium held in Porto a few…

June gloom has spilled a bit into July. But I’m OK with that. It still looks beautiful by the Puget Sound.

Here’s a nice souvenir from the workshop I taught in Bothell this past weekend: a video-collage shared by workshop participant Karen Hoelscher, of Bellingham. The…

The summer edition of my Cloud 9 Art School urban sketching workshop in charming Bothell, WA., attracted a great group of participants. They came from…

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