Wind and Water

T’was a windy and busy morning at Kailua Beach Park. Kayakers, paddlers, kite surfers, sunbathers – and sketchers, of course. We were delighted to be joined by four newcomers (including two very junior attendants who added greatly to the creativity on display). Show-and-tell featured musings about the agony of sketching pine-needle infused sand and our apparently universal fascination with tree stumps. We should have brought swim trunks.

As always, don’t forget to check out our sketches on Flickr and upload your own!

See you at our next event on April 9 at the AIA Center for Architecture!

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4 Comments on “Wind and Water”

  1. ivan kaisan says:

    Glad it was a good event. I’m having a good time in the desert. See you next event.

    Ivan Kaisan

    On Mar 26, 2017 1:44 AM, “Urban Sketchers O‘ahu” wrote:

    Sebastian Sievert posted: “T’was a windy and busy morning at Kailua Beach Park. Kayakers, paddlers, kite surfers, sunbathers – and sketchers, of course. We were delighted to be joined by four newcomers (including two very junior attendants who added greatly to the creativity on dis”

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    • AJ Tauber says:

      I missed it too, Ivan … am on the mainland. Are you visiting the spring bloom in the Southwest? See you in April!

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  2. Alice Flitter says:

    These look like geat subjects, sorry to have also missed this and I look forward to seeing you all again in a few months. Thanks for organizing these, Sebastian! I’ll share my sketches from my Urban Sketching workshop in NYC in May :)

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