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One Artist’s 15 days in Warsaw

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Ken Avidor on Toned Paper

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The Urban Sketchers Symposium: Frank Bettendorf Reports

Frank Bettendorf reports in on his great experiences at the Urban Sketchers Symposium!

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The 28th World Wide SketchCrawl on Saturday and Look what Jason Das Is Doing

Be inspired by Jason Das’ work and get out and sketch on Saturday’s SketchCrawl.

A Great Honeymoon Journal and Some Tech Stuff

You have to go and look at Urban Sketchers (I know it's in my blog roll and maybe you already go and see it regularly, but if you don't, you have to go and see it right away) and check out the travel journal post by Lapin. You want to scroll down through the rows […]

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Urban Sketchers—Twin Cities, USA

Above: Twin Cities artist Ken Avidor caught this Minnesota construction scene in his journal. ©2009 Ken Avidor. Ken Avidor's blog Twin Cities Sketchers has joined forces with Urban Sketchers and has moved to Urban Sketchers—Twin Cities, USA. If you sketch from life while out and about in your home town area of the Twin Cities […]

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Seattle Sketcher Makes a Move

Above: The Gerberding Hall at the University of Washington campus. ©2009 Gabriel Campanario. Artist Gabriel Campanario who has kept a personal sketch blog and who started the very popular, always visually engaging and interesting blog Urban Sketchers, has started an illustrated journal of life in the Puget Sound region on the Seattle Times website. If […]

House Keeping at Roz Wound Up

I've had so many tasks lately, piled on the various work surfaces, that I haven't been able to do some house keeping chores on my blog. One of which is updating my list of websites and blogs in the left hand column.

I took a moment to do that today so that I could check it off on my to-do list. I also made a change to the list. The descriptions below the blog titles were getting longer and longer so now only the link appears. This seems to be standard on other sites and I know if you click and view you'll discover something of interest quickly, so it frees up more space for me to add more to my list.

Some of the sites I added today have been talked about already on my blog, but I've got a couple that I don't think I've mentioned before.

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Urban Sketchers

Above: The Seattle Pike Place Market, journal art ©Gabi Campanario I just learned today that artist Gabi Campanario, author/artist of Seattle Sketcher Blog, has started a new blog: Urban Sketchers.   The blog features great journal drawings from urban sketchers around the world. While the blog isn't officially up until November 1, if you visit […]

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