Saturday, September 17, 2016

Park Slope - Part I

Today was my first outing in a long time with the NYC Urban Sketchers. We met in Park Slope, a wonderful part of Brooklyn with lots of brownstone buildings. This was done near Grand Army Plaza and the entrance to Prospect Park looking away from the park. There was a farmer's market going on in front of the park so the area was quite busy.

We sat along Prospect Park West near Carrol Street to sketch the buildings across the street. I have a third sketch to post tomorrow. It needs a little more tweaking.


  1. What - no jet lag? Superwoman!
    People may be the same but the buildings and colors are so different from Venice. Nice work on these.

  2. Hi Joan, very beautiful paintings. Loved the buildings.!

  3. It is a little different from Venice. Thanks, Julie. Yes, I'm dragging a bit from jet lag.

    Thanks so much, Lata!

  4. Thanks, Carol! It was great seeing you and catching up...especially in Brooklyn.