Bath sketchcrawl, Saturday 21st May – Update

I’ve been watching the weather forecasts closely this week, and there’s been stubborn patch of heavy rain covering Saturday morning in every forecast. It still hasn’t shifted… As sketching in heavy rain is tricky, and sketching in heavy rain on top of a high roof is even trickier I’ve had to cancel the rooftop/Tower part of tomorrow’s sketchcrawl. Sorry! I’d even booked the local paper to come and photograph us in action.

BUT, we’ll still be meeting by the Abbey doors at 11am, for some shared sketching inside the Abbey (beautiful memorial tablets, lofty interior spaces, cosy private chapels, wandering tourists etc). So I hope to see you with your brollies tomorrow. (The Abbey are happy for us to rearrange the extended Tower tour for another time.)

About Ed Mostly

Enthusiastic daily sketcher based in Bath Uk
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4 Responses to Bath sketchcrawl, Saturday 21st May – Update

  1. Chris says:

    Hoping to meet you there, Ed. I’ve always enjoyed your greyness!

  2. Catherine says:

    Hoping to meet you there too Ed, and you Chris – I follow both your blogs and am a keen, beginner-ish sketcher and have never been on a sketchcrawl before. I’ve been looking for sketch groups in Bath so it’s great that this is happening.

    • Ed Mostly says:

      Hi Catherine, glad you can join us. Sketchcrawls are a lovely mix of companionship, sharing an interest with fellow enthusiasts, and solitude, quietly sketching knowing there are lots of other sketchers also quietly sketching in the neighbourhood! See you in Saturday.

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