Sunday, October 14, 2007

Soft autumn evening

I know this is rubbish, but I need to get back into plein aire. It’s funny how with a bit of a break it all seems so much more challenging to get together a few materials to draw or paint outside.
90mm x 110mm watercolour in small moleskine


Blogger Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

A bit scary so I wonder who is locked up in the tower?
On Saturday I was in Melbourne and walked past the most interesting old mansion - all dilapidated, peeling, breaking down. I just wanted to draw it but I was on an urgent mission to visit a sick Fijian girl. Anyway, there will be more scary houses to draw I expect.

10/15/2007 1:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I must say I loved your 'mile from home blog' Do you miss not drawing from the landscape? Your watercolours are an inspiration! x

10/15/2007 11:12 AM  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

Just the church bells Wendy.
Jess to be honest I think I prefer drawing people to landscapes, however my one mile project was a great excuse to escape the family and have a little peace to myself. I'm still walking but without regular sketching I get the walk done much quicker - giving me more time to try and earn a living

10/15/2007 10:43 PM  
Blogger Penny said...

Julie, I know what you mean about not feeling like getting stuff up, I am rather stressed at the moment with another drought looking us in the face, a garden I cant water, again, my trips to Adelaide to my mother and feeling tired and I hate to say it a bit depressed. I also hate to say that this painting is not good, you do such lovely stuff, but I think as you say, it is getting into the indoor drawing and not so much the out door. Do hope Rufus is ok, do they know what the cause is?

10/17/2007 2:38 AM  

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