Monday, 4 January 2021

January 2021 @home meeting

For their January 2021 @ home 'meeting', the Urban Sketchers Luxembourg were invited to sketch their favorite spot in their home in three entirely different techniques, at least one of which they had never tried before. 

The challenge, in these times of unfortunate restrictions, was to stretch our own personal boundaries -  a good intention for this new year to come!

It yielded wonderful results: playful, intimate and experimental sketches. 

The only, but most important, downside was that we could not meet in person, wish each other a good year, sketch together and have a drink-and-draw session afterwards :-(

Let's have a peek in the sketcher's homes:

Athena Georgakelos

mixed media (water color/gouache/marker)


one line drawing

Pedro de Oliveira



Dagmar Weitze



Lucie Zambon




 


Mariette Bintener




 

Roger Jenkins, once unleashed, could not stop experimenting.

left-handed (Roger being right-handed) drawing and colouring



line sketch, right-handed



tablet sketch using one finger




tablet sketch using as many fingers as possible (abstract interpretation of earlier line drawing)


  

Ágnes Ónody


pencil sketch of a lovely garden



watercolor and ink without previous pencil sketch


right-handed water color (Ágnes being left-handed)

 

finished water color

Annie Zeler Flesch

water color pencils and collage on water color yupo



 

water color with left foot (!) - Annie's lemon tree

Arnaud De Meyer

Arnaud posted this masterful sketch for the January @home meeting of USkLuxembourg... He offers us a glimpse of his beautiful bay window.




I definitely suspect Arnaud is hiding something from us (or did the former occupant of the house move out?!?!) ;-)

 Isabelle Yegles-Becker

watercolor pencil
Anna Yegles 

acrylic

photo and ipad painting
Gaby Krein

ink linesketch

color pencil

ink and watercolor

Jean-Pol Léonard





Leen Van Bogaert

simple oil painting



oil on glass + monotype


sewing machine sketching


As I have been painting and sketching for quite a long time, and I have always liked to try out new things, it was not so easy to think of a technique I had not used before. I got some inspiration here .

The results are a far cry from this virtuoso needlewoman, but it felt good to try!



P.S.

 

Ideas for our future meetings and activities are more than welcome, as we cannot foresee how and where we will be able to sketch with the ever changing COVID measures (and the ever changing weather for that matter).

 

 

 


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