Posts Tagged ‘Sydney’

Public park chess playing

A perfect day in Sydney so why not watch the chess in Hyde Park … just behind St James station. A very colourful opponent went down to a strong ‘baltic’ tourist. Good game. Good crowd.

It takes a while sketching in public to get in the zone … once there everything else is miles away. Zen zone.

Getting the finger (in splint) back into sketch mode.

It has been a good exercise thinking about re educating a finger to get out of the way.

So its been a good student and stayed out of the way. Maybe we are back on track.

Old stone doorway in Balmain, Sydenyy, Australia

Christmas time in Martin Place, Sydney

Martin Place, Sydney by Tim Mooney

Today the Sydney Sketch Club chose Martin Place for a bit of Christmas sketching. A good turn out of like minded people all willing to share ideas and promote the therapy of sketching. On the stage just above the fountain there was a troupe of kids performing their carols and rap dance etc. They were very very good and really set the Christmas scene for a seasonal time … sitting on my milk crate, whistling and sketching. . I even met Liz and Borromini Bear. Its begun to feel a lot like Christmas.

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