It was a busy day at the garden. Thanks to the park’s catch-and-release fishing program, crowds filed toward the pond with white bread and bamboo fishing poles. They made wonderful sketching targets to complement the views of the garden and the towering cliffs of the Koʻolau Mountains in the background. The visitor center and the campsite restroom added architectural elements to include. A range of subjects and sketching styles were admired at show-and-tell, with Kevin (on island just for a brief visit) attracting particular attention with a foray into miniature two-point perspective.
As always, don’t forget to check out our sketches on Flickr and upload your own!
See you at our next event on March 25 at Kailua Beach Park!
Windward artists (and all others) take note: We will be in Kaneohe next month!