Last Sunday was the first official sketchcrawl organized by USk Seattle. The turnout was great with 14 people getting together at 11 a.m. at Fishermen’s Terminal….

My former college professor Juan Antonio Giner, who runs the newspaper consulting firm Innovation and is the lead editor of the World Association of Newspapers annual report,…

Sunday was the 20th World Wide Sketchcrawl and a true group of Seattle sketchers met at Pike Place Market to go out and sketch. I…

Talented artist-correspondents from around the globe will share their sketchbooks starting Nov. 1 at www.urbansketchers.com, a new group blog that will showcase drawings from the city…

Houses at 1206 and 1210 Republican St. Fellow local blogger Cliffe, from Vintage Seattle, tipped me about the demolition of these two houses starting Tuesday. The…

It’s been a month or so since I started the Flickr group urban sketches. So far, we’ve got more than 100 members and near 400 drawings have been…

I enjoy drawing the streets and the people of Seattle. And I enjoy seeing other artists’ sketches of their own cities just as much. So…

A painting I did in 2001 of the first house Michelle and I rented while we lived in Palm Springs. The painting was done from…

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