Monday, 24 August 2015


Public transport and busses are the same everywhere: they offer great possibilities for sketchers. One has a lot of time for observation when there is a lot of traffic.

Luxemburg has a well organised public transport network. Busses tend to be not too crowded so that you can easily get out your sketching gear and make good use of the traffic jams.

Luxemburg means "banks"! So chances are big that if you take a bus going over Kirchberg you can get a good model of a typical banker…


Leen Van Bogaert


Monday, 10 August 2015

September Sketchcrawl

Hello dear sketchers,

For our September sketchcrawl, how about visiting the beautiful Jardin des Papillons ( in Grevenmacher?

This butterfly house located in the wine region is the perfect place to discover and learn more about those winged beauties.

Let's meet at the entrance on Sunday 6th September at 2 pm. The entrance fee is 7€.

We can arrange for car pooling if needed. Just contact us for more information.

See you there!

Monday, 3 August 2015

Sketching where the artists are

"Konscht am Gronn" (Art in the Grund) is an event taking place every first Sunday of the month between May and October where artists from Luxembourg and the Greater Region come to sell their art in what is basically an art market.

It has been taking place for a few years now, but I have to admit that it was the first time I actually went there.

Last Sunday, met at Scott's pub and had a pre-sketching drink on the sunny terrace. I was happy to see a couple of new faces and some that I hadn't seen for a while. It is particularly great to see the usual suspects who are slowly becoming friends.

We dispersed in search of our desired sketching subjects, but we didn't have to go far. For my part I actually only went 10 meters before settling down in front of a street musician playing an old music box.

Konscht am Gronn
This gentleman told me he would be back in October
It was lovely to sketch to the sound of songs from Mary Poppins and witness people coming and going. "A spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down" and a bit of music with a few sunrays make the sketching even more fun.

We quickly became the focus of interest of some of the passers-by. Some of them probably thought we were part of the artists exhibiting there.

After putting our first drawings together we headed to a different location in the direction of Abbaye Neumünster.

The view from there on the corniche above is absolutely beautiful and I never get tired of sketching it. We only had 30 minutes, though, because we had very serious business to attend to, namely gathering for another drink to sketch and chat.

A view of Luxembourg-city without a crane would be incomplete, haha
I managed to add new faces to my sketchbook. None shall escape my portrait attempts (*evil laughter*)!

Drink and draw
Nancy, Anneke and Christine