Sunday, January 11, 2009

21st World Wide SketchCrawl Results

looking down Rothchild Boulevard in Tel Aviv

Israel's full day cross-country SketchCrawl  plans were scaled back because of the worry in the country, but I managed to find a couple of friends willing to go out with me for a couple of hours and participate in the 21st World Wide Sketchcrawl.  We were all 1st time participants, and considering they had no idea what they were getting into, my friends were very good-natured and downright enthusiastic about settling down and drawing. My friend, fellow artist, and veteran SketchCrawler, Marcello, stayed close to home and family in the Galilee, but managed to complete some lovely drawing and paintings all on his own. We were with you in spirit, Marcello! Click to see Marcello's sketch results here.

To see sketch results from all over the world, go here. Maybe you will find a group to join!

We perched on the beautiful boulevard Rothchild and here are 3 different drawings of a building directly across from us: 

Miriam's drawing

My drawing
Here are more sketches:

umbrellas in front of a cafe by Lola

a coffee kiosk by Lola

a sketch of me sketching by Miriam

a sketch of Lola, Miriam & Savta Dotty sketching,  by me

random people by me

And photographic proof we were there!

Lola, Miriam & Savta Dotty


Sarah said...

How nice! lovely drawings! :) sorry I couldn't make it... Rothschild Boulevard is such a great place to walk/draw/take photos/sit on benches! It's one of my favorite places in Tel Aviv. Have a good week

nominally challenged said...

Wow great sketches! Next time I will definitely join you.

By the way, how do you get your photographs so straight? When I try photographing my art, it always comes out skewed ...

Sheila said...

What an wonderful experience for you and your friends and you so nicely memorialized it here. Thank you for sharing!

Tamar Orvell said...

Thanks for capturing my friends and Dotty's Shuki in your book and with your camera! Missing for me was Susanne, a wonderful artist!

marcello murru said...

you are a sugar-women!!!
thanks for all your super kind words!I really want to come in Tel[aviv,but was difficolt.Next time we do sketches togheder in the city.
And all very spontaney and fresh watercolor!
I was also whit you those day!

Bibi said...

I was complaining about the cold but certainly i could walk freely where I was with no fear and see people drawing and going by as a normal day.I bow to all of you that teach me again one more lesson.And clap my hands for your good willing.

Sarah said...

Hey Carol, I just tagged you on my blog! it's little game, and I thought maybe you'd want to participate and use one of your paintings! Laila tov for now :)

maria kovalenko leysens said...

Just wanted to say thanks for stopping by my blog and that I enjoyed going through your blog. Transparent watercolors can be so fresh and spontanious. And it is nice to see others that use the medium in that way.

James Parker said...

Looks like y'all had a good time and enjoyable experience. Thanks for posting the most interesting sketches

Barbara Weeks said...

Looks like a fun day. Nice work as usual!

Maggie Mayer said...

Very nice sketches!

meitali said...

really nice work!
are you planning to do the next sketchcrawl ? i live close by and would love to participate