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Sunday, October 15, 2017



Five of us sketched under  grey skies at the Hawthornes Urban Wildlife Centre. The centre has an educational room for use by schools and environmental groups. Unfortunately there was little room to sit in the wild garden because most of the bushes and trees grow without restraint. Helen went onto the Common and painted a tree using inks. Pam, Harry and Muriel sketched in pencil and Di sketched the pond and building with pencil, watercolour pencils and art ink markers. Harry’s wife Olive joined the group in the cafe. Harry revealed an unsuspected talent by showing some excellent pencil portraits which he had done on holiday.

The next sketching morning will be on Friday 10th November at the King Rufus public house which is on Eling Hill. Kate Rodrigues will be the member to contact (not Di) for that meeting.
Harry at the pond

Pam, Olive and Harry

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