This summer has been different. Not a completely stay at home holiday, but one that hasn’t seen me cross the Dutch borders. Like most holidays I document the trips we make in a small drawing book. No great aims or ambitions, just quick visual notes of where we go. That has meant images of forests, heathlands, the rivers and the coast.
Click here or on the image below to browse through the book.
I have quite a collection of similar books on the shelf in my studio. This is the first one that I’ve put into digital form. The quality is not too bad, and it is in the end a nice record of the ‘Corona summer’.
There connections to my other paintings that I produce is limited, although maybe there is just starting to be increasing convergence. A long over-due update and documentation of my studio work from 2020 should hopefully follow sometime in the coming weeks.
I loved this, Peter. Just thinking of one or two art-loving friends I can send it to. Mumx
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Feel free to send it through!
What a joy to see your sketchbook:)
Thanks Patricia…..I’ve not tried to share a book like this before, but once I’d found the right (and free!) platform to do it, it was really easy. And I see that you have a rather interesting new site….things I may be able to draw on!
Help yourself:). I use it with my students too – supporting them as they write essays, and showing off a few of my ideas too:). Share the good ideas!