I have sad news. Mark Brown will be undergoing surgery this week and will not be able to join us this Saturday at Kekaulike Market in Chinatown. His class will still meet so we are still invited to join them. Mark’s assistant, Dennis Daniel who is incredibly talented will teach the class while Mark is recovering.
Here is a photo I took of Dennis at He’eia State Park in May.
We know this is disappointing news. Hopefully, we can do another collaboration in the future with Mark when he is back on his feet. In the meantime, please keep Mark in your thoughts for a speedy recovery.
See you at Kekaulike Market in Chinatown on Saturday!
We’ve got another virtual sketching session planned for this Saturday, 8/15/2020. Our theme is for you to use a new media! Now is your chance to explore and experiment! Have fun and be creative with it. As always post your beautiful artwork on Urban Sketchers Oahu’s Group Page on Flickr and also on Instagram using the hashtag #urbansketcheroahu.
We are expecting good weather through Saturday. That means our 100th event is still a go for tomorrow! Hope to see you there! :)
For those who participate virtually, please take a photo of yourself sketching (or with your sketch), and we’ll include you in a mosaic group shot!
Our 100th sketch event is less than a week away! If you cannot carve time out of your morning to sketch or would prefer not to join in person, then please participate virtually anytime that weekend (07/25). Either way, we hope to see those sketches on Flickr! And, of course, the theme is: “Numbers”. Bonus points if you can find and sketch a #100. :)
This Saturday our suggested sketch theme is dictated by date: be inspired by the 4th of July!
Another fun-filled Saturday is approaching! This time, the theme is: “Oh, look at what’s happening over there!”. Head out to see what’s going on and show us online!
(USkO Flickr group: https://www.flickr.com/groups/uskoahu/)
This Saturday’s suggested theme: “Quick, before it’s gone!”
Tomorrow’s suggested sketch theme is “hidden”. Is your cat hiding under the table, but you see a tail or paw sticking out? Do you see something peeking out between the trees?
Or, sketch anything your heart desires – well, as long as it’s still “urban sketching”. Still lifes are fun, but don’t count! :)