From the Workshop

Looking Back on Late Summer Classes and Workshops
 On our second day of the book binding workshop we painted in the journals, and the page on the right shows some examples of pens and pencils we were trying out.

I was going to do a demonstration page of a few pens and pencils, but then a friend brought me several pencils from the Derwent factory in Britain.  Now I want to try them all.  I don't know how anyone thought up that many pencils  -  colorsoft, charcoal, sketching, graphic, drawing .  .   .

Tomorrow my fall classes begin.  I haven't done any classes since the 11th of September, and I'll be glad to get back at it.  I have some beautiful, tiny sweet peppers for the classes to paint.  I made a trip out to the farm market today, and realized soon it will have just pumpkins and squash, and then just Christmas trees.

The leaves are really changing color here.  We have definitely switched to a new season.  


Barb said...

Hi Catherine, I have just recently discovered you from your site and my copy of "A Petoskey Watercolor Journal" arrived today. I love it! I'm sorry I didn't know about your August classes in Boyne City. I live near Milford, MI and would love to take classes with you. I'll keep watching for classes you offer on consecutive days. I have a friend with a home on Lake Charlevoix in Boyne City and I could stay with her and take your class.

Sand Hill Art said...

I like the "lacy" edge of your paper.

Catherine said...

Hi Barb - hope you enjoy my book. Thanks for purchasing it. Staying with your friend on Lake Charlevoix would work well for you. Looking forward to seeing you in a class!

Thanks Sand Hill Art. It's an easy little border to make the page cute.