Sketch of the Day: Rainy, with a twist of sun Posted on September 30, 2014 by zeladoniac Posted in architecture, Art, Copenhagen, Denmark, Drawing, Environment, garden, Nature, Sketching, Urban Nature, urban sketching, WeatherTagged Agave, art, botany, Copenhagen, Copenhagen Botanical Garden, Danish weather, Denmark, drawing, gardening, gardens, Nature, plein air painting, public gardens, rainy days, sketchbooks, Urban Sketching, watercolor This is what art is truly good for: catching sunlight on potted plants in August to save up for a cold rainy day in September. These agaves are planted in formal urns along the balustrade of the grand Victorian iron-and-glass hot-house at Copenhagen’s Botanical Garden. Come to think of it, the Victorian hot-house could be a dandy spot for some upcoming Danish winter-weather natural history drawing. At least it’ll be warm. Watercolor and pencil in Moleskine 5″ x 8″ sketchbook. Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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You are always thinking and always resourceful! I bet you will uncover a secret bird aviary! Much love to you. I am cheering you on! Love this posts!!!