Tuesday, June 9, 2015

sketchbook :: Edisto part three

Here are the remaining sketches I will be sharing from our trip to Edisto Island, SC., I promise! I had a goal to create one small and one large sketch each day. Of course that didn't quite happen but I came close. The sketch above was done sitting on the deck of our rental cottage, looking toward the intersection of Pompano and Cupid Streets, while the morning sunlight was creating a shadow play on the house at that corner.
Our trip to Edisto would not be complete without a visit to King's Market. These onions became a sketching challenge for our little group.
Our friend and traveling buddy has been collecting these blown glass vases and bowls for a few years now. This is his newest addition, filled with zinnias from King's Market.
So many greens! I was overwhelmed with the variety of greens in this simple view across the street from our cottage.
This sketch of the beach and jetty was created back at the cottage using a failed sketch that I did while sitting on the beach for reference.
And here is the sketch that I did while at Jungle Road Park, looking out at the marsh views.

While I have been getting caught up with posting Edisto sketches I have been making over my work space here in our mountain cottage. The room doubles as guest room and office and is often the place for wayward items. Well, it has had a total makeover these past couple of weeks. If you'd like to see the transformation I have been posting images on Instagram (Nemcoskyart) and on my Facebook page (link over on the sidebar). It's now completed and I am so ready to get back to studio work!


Polly Birchall said...

What a lovely collection of paintings and memories.

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

you produced A LOT of wonderful work when you were there :)

CrimsonLeaves said...

Beautiful as always but the last painting is my favorite...the soft reds/pinks (monitor color is off somehow) in the field is just stunning!

Skylar Magazine said...

Beautiful work! You are very talented :)

Sarah :)

Laura Moore said...

Great selection of sketches Ann.


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