Yesterday's outing to the Brooklyn Museum was fun. I'm glad I'm at the stage where I can look at high heels and appreciate them by sketching them not wearing them.
The red ones kept calling me. I know the website said "dry media" but I did pull out my little palette and none of the guards seemed to care. I needed my red paint!
The sign said these were worn in bathhouses of the Ottoman Empire so the women would keep their feet dry...how deep was the water? lol
These were a contrast of old and new.
At lunchtime I did a quick mandatory Jim sketch.
Then it was off to sketch this statue of Robert Fulton by Caspar Buberl.
There was a big crowd at the coat check and I did a few of the people.
After sharing at Tooker Alley we had time to do a few sketches of each other.
It was hard seeing what we were doing in the dim conditions.