WSU's School of Design + Construction in Pullman, WA kindly asked me to put up an exhibit of sketches (100+), give a lecture (which was last Monday) and teach a workshop (which is coming up, April 18-19). It is so wonderful to have this opportunity--thank you so much to the school and to Bob Krikac and Carrie Vielle for all their hard work to make all this happen.
|Printing and cutting for the exhibit.|
|A long wall of sketches, most in chronological order...Civita is the closest in the image.|
|Some of the Gabriel Prize work.|
|Some of the sketches from Versailles, including the huge enlargement of the famous Louis XIV Hall of Mirrors. Civita's Piazza is in the "room" beyond.|
This coming weekend is the Workshop--
April 18, Saturday morning, an open presentation and talk on how-to sketch in perspective, open to anyone interested, free of charge
Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning, small group instruction--contact the WSU School of Design + Construction (or me) to register
April 19, Sunday afternoon, 1pm--sketchcrawl, open to anyone interested, free of charge. Meet at the student Union
I hope some of the Eastern Washington and Idaho sketchers can make it! And thank you once again to WSU.