Sketching on Sunday 18th January

Hi Sketchers,

I'd like to suggest somewhere for Sunday, but am happy if anyone else has ideas.

How about City Hall at the top of Parliament Street, on Dame Street? It's free entry, has some good statues in it, and interesting columns, and, from memory, a tiled floor with intricate patterns. I think there is also an exhibition of the history of the city in the basement - though don't know if it's free or not...... And also plenty of people popping in and out....... And, if the weather is warmer, plenty of scope in Dublin Castle near by. Maybe we could do an hour or so in City Hall, and move onto somewhere else nearby outside if the weather is good, or inside if not so good. The Queen of Tarts is close by!

So, I suggest 1pm in City Hall on Sunday 18th....... Unless there are any other offers!

Also - Trinity Arts workshop starts again this week. Instruction for life drawing is back to Thursdays, and just model on Tuesdays. Both are from 7pm - 9pm in their Pearse Street studio.

Jessica

7 comments:

Stinky said...

Is it ok for newbies to join in on the 18th? Elly

Stinky said...

Is it ok for newbies to come along on the 18th?

Tracy O'Brien said...

Sounds good to me Jessica!! Will be there - haven't sketched in ages, Christmas put a small spanner in the works!

Tracy O'Brien said...

Hi Elly/Stinky!! Yes of course - more than welcome to join us! Have your sketchpad out and we'll do likewise so that you recognise us! :) See you then, Tracy

TAW Blog Admin said...

Count me in too please

James

Erik Eblana said...

Sounds like a great idea. Count me in as new member!
erikeblana.blogspot.com

Tracy O'Brien said...

See you there Erik!