Bits and Pieces, December suggestion

Hi!

I really enjoyed the sketching on Sunday. The loose bowing technique of the cello-ist at the concert reminded me to try and loosen up my arm and body when sketching. I think it'll be fun to see what we all do with our "large sheet of paper."

I can't make the meeting on the 19th November. Did someone suggest that the meetings were held on a Sunday instead, after the regular sketching. This seems like a good idea to me, as we are all together then anyway - finding a week day that most people can make is harder.... Any one else think this is a good idea?

Sarah and Stephen, I think, were talking about a December "Xmas card making" session. I'm happy to offer my flat for this on Sunday 7th December if people want. There's "surface" space for at least 10 people, and if others don't want to make cards, there's plenty to sketch in the locality - Pepper Canister Church, Grand Canal, Georgian Dublin round Baggot Street. If people wanna do this - let me know!

Jessica

6 comments:

TAW Blog Admin said...

Sounds like a good idea to have the meetings on a Sunday after the sketching rather than a seperate meeting during the week.I'm up for hanging out on the 7th of dec.

Tracy O'Brien said...

I have to go home for the weekend of the 7th Dec. :(

Definitely agree it's practical to have the meeting of minds after the sketching - keeps it simple!

SarahOR said...

sounds good! i could bring over some treats from marks and spencers..


would having the meeting next sunday (3-4) suit people?,. i dont think we should leave it any latter then the end of this month as we need to get people to organise more sessions/ and christmas is generally a busy time for people..

Tracy O'Brien said...

Next Sunday would be better for me.. but not to worry - I can give dates in advance of when I could arrange sketch sessions etc.

Ciaran. said...

Hmm, sounds good too! :)

Sarah Bo said...

Hi Jessica - thanks for offering to make your flat available on the 7th for Xmas card making... sounds lovely! I'll bring the mince pies :-)