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It’s about an excavator filling a hole where a cherry tree once stood.Or the Tibetan monastery I drive by frequently that I couldn’t resist because it’s bright orange.Part 8 of the Urban Sketchers Manifesto, to “show the world, one drawing at a time,” has a flip side: Sketching enables me to see my own world, one drawing at a time.
I think that my way to put things in my memory is to draw them. I live in a very dynamic surrounding — Israel is a warm country with warm weather and warm people.
Urban sketching is a tree with its middle chopped away to accommodate Seattle’s ubiquitous power lines.
It’s about a couple of women chatting over coffee, or about workers roofing the house next door.
I have met and sketched with many wonderful people around the globe, either at symposiums or during other travel, because the USk network brought us together.
I sketch almost weekly with my local group, sharing sketches, art supplies and friendship.
My sketches are not necessarily about “special” moments; they are moments made special because I sketched them."Tina has been editor of Drawing Attention since 2013 and now serves on the Urban Sketchers editorial board.