value/shape, with charcoal media
Working in Plein air, one needs to understand light and form, simply when observing and recording spaces that ‘involve.’
One can say a lot by representing very little and pare down a scene so we are left with the essential and have the information required to make sense of what’s in front of us. Charcoal media lets us stay loose, quick and a definitive, creating the essence of a space that is being explored and defined.
The Georgetown Neighborhood in Seattle is such a great field trip, with endless spaces to draw and experience. Let’s keep Georgetown, Georgetown.
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