I don’t mean the weather, though it is still a sunny day. Not that I managed to enjoy any of it, with all the reading I need to do before tomorrow’s lecture. Some of it is so dry, it really makes for hard work. More fun to go researching on the National Library website, there are lots of interesting things to see there.
This is just from one of the afternoon breaks, before I expired from dullness….
I spent most of today at university, picking up more readers, researching for projects, attending tutorials, signing up for the Student Union and generally becoming a proper tertiary scholar. It’s all a little bewildering and intrepid but mostly exciting and great fun. And I love that I can take study breaks next door in the gallery, sketching the displays such as the two Nicholas below (though technically one is a Nikolaus).
First day of university for me, and I was up early. Not for classes mind, they don’t start until 4pm, but for the plumber who was coming around to fix my leaky kitchen pipes. I went into uni early anyway, to pick up my readers, investigate the library, and draw in the Gallery next door. Preparation for class, of course. 😉
I may have already mentioned how tired I am of shopping. It is not fun shopping, and by that I meant it is neither for books, art supplies or artworks. But the end is in sight, and I only have a few more piece to get for the house. Methinks six and a half bookshelves should be enough for now. So this is a little time out to sketch fellow shoppers at Ikea today, and to bring all my posts up to date.
Buildings don't move, people do. Urban art from Stephen Dale
Drawings + Words
I ain't got a dime
Learning to See through the end of my Pen & Brush
art with edge, acrylics, mixed media, book art and more
my learning journey
Illustration by Olivia Palmer
A collection of drawings capturing a little bit of London. Just because it's ace.
Danish design made in Denmark
Drawings and illustrations
Hand-stitched collage from conked-out stuff.
mixed media from teenytinytablestudio
"I wish to do nothing for profit. I wish to live for art. I want nothing whatever. I am quite happy." —William Blake
the sketchbook of Anna Williamson
Drawings by Sally Parnis, Artist