Sheaf Valley park in Sheffield. The event was an open day to celebrate how this piece of wasteland has been developed into a park with amphitheatre. Our sketchcrawl group had a stall/stand at the open day so that we could share the drawings that we have made of the city over the last couple of years. We were also pomoting sketchcrawling and signing up new members. I made the drawing above, of the said amphitheatre, whilst taking my turn in manning the stall.
Son de America, who brought colour, sunshine and big smiles to the day. They were a little reminder of all the fabulous and diverse things that people are doing througout our cities to bring some joy into our own and other people's lives. A bit like sketchcrawling, really.
Another great day with my sketchcrawling buddies.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
a nice cup of tea and a sit down
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 11:10 AM
Labels: AJ, andrea joseph, Andrea Joseph drawings, illustration, illustrator, moleskine, Moleskine diary, Sheffield, sketchcrawl, SketchCrawl North
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Sounds like another great day out.And I like the idea of a "proper" tea shop!
this looks like so much fun and I think your drawings are brilliant!
Thanks, ladies. Thanks for continuing to visit after all this time too! x
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