Clermont Ferrand exhibition, to start getting back to normal. There's so much to process. So many exciting potential opportunities. That's the thing about an event like that (actually, there are not many events like that), it's not just the taking part and the sharing of you work whilst you are there. It's also all the little acorns you plant in people's minds and memories.
These are the things I have been pondering as I've done three loads of laundry today.
Oh, and if you are interested, there's a lovely little review about the Clermont exhibition, by my new sketching friend Omar Jaramillo, on the Urban Sketchers website HERE.
Saturday, November 24, 2012
after the rush when you come back down
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 11:42 PM
Labels: AJ, andrea joseph, Andrea Joseph drawings, clermont ferrand, illustration, illustrator, Joni Mitchell, journal, moleskine, Moleskine diary
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It looks like you've got a thing for see through clothes, that's hot.
Thanks, Chelle. Not really that many see through clothes though!
Andrea! Say me please -what type of pen do you use? I just don't know if here in my country we have the same pen...
Love this! Like the overlap almost of two separate drawings.
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