Category Archives: Maritime

John Wayne Marina

Recently, a dear friend from Arizona came to visit her father in Sequim for a couple days. She is a sketcher, too, and she invited me to hang out with her for a couple hours and sketch together at John … Continue reading

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Darsie Beck

Darsie Beck has been the driving force behind the formation of Sketchers Port Townsend. Darsie teaches a wonderful class on Travel Journal Sketching at the Port Townsend School of Arts. Check out PTSA to find out more about his class. … Continue reading

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Boatsman’s Locker

Mel Epling’s sketch is drawn using Lamy Safari with extra fine nib and Lexington Grey ink. The locker is in one of the many maritime buildings in Port Townsend

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Carmel Campbell

You would normally find Carmel in a coffee shop capturing the people around her.  Last week she ventured to sketch a building from the comfort of the Maritime Building in Port Townsend.  Same building, two sketches! The building belongs to … Continue reading

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Katherine Smiley

Katherine Smiley is another member of our group.  Her little sketch of the small building: it is a small cabin/room at the Swan Hotel in PT on 12/19/16, as viewed from the upper floor of the NW Maritime Center. Katherine … Continue reading

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Sketching with Priscilla Woodman

Priscilla enjoys working in watercolor and is a landscape artist.  However, in the past mostly in a studio. Painting ” en plein air” and sketching buildings is a new and unexpectedly wonderful challenge.  I am enjoying this group immensely and … Continue reading

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Sketching with Barbara Kurland

Barbara is a beginner at anything art and got hooked on journal sketching after taking a course with Darsie Beck.  She loves to work with watercolor pencils, pen and pencil.  She values the experience working with an enthusiastic group of … Continue reading

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