Thankfully 2020 has now concluded, and we have come to the end of the lousiest year we have had collectively since the Second World War. We are hoping very much that the wonderful various vaccines will see off the coronavirus in 2021 and that we can once again have the monthly sketching adventures as a group which we enjoyed before the virus struck. (We did have several days out in the summer, but maintaining social distancing rather knocked the gilt off the gingerbread of these.)
Our latest distanced painting theme was "London at Night", and as usual many approaches have been taken to this idea. Mostly the images reflect the staying at home aspects of looking at London at Night. There are some photographic experiments - "clobbering", which involves drawing or collaging onto photographs and postcards. One person has gone digital, and used ipadpro and the procreate app.
As always, we have several images which are non-theme, but all very lovely nevertheless.
Images above by Priscilla Worley (developing a theme)
Image above by Anna Fraser "Staying at Home"
Image above by Avis Dennis
Image above by Diane Umemoto
Image above by Janet Payne
Image above by Alison Sandifer
Image above by Tricia Sharpe "Horizons Limited"
Image above by Gafung Wong