Sketch Tuesday – Cats

Sketch Tuesday Drawing Assignments @harmonyfinearts small

The summer is just flying by! I was happy to see so many sketches in my inbox for this week’s slideshow. I do so appreciate all of your hard work and creativity. Thanks so much for sharing your artwork and I look forward to seeing more in the future.

Current assignment: Sketch a cat. You can view the images below for some inspiration! Due Date: Monday, August 7, 2017.

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Woman with a Cat, 1880. Edouard Manet.

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White Cat I, 1919. M.E. Escher.

 

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Mimi and Her Cat, 1890. Paul Gauguin.

 

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Cat and Bird, 20th century. Paul Klee.

 

Dont Forget To Sketch Tuesday

Here is this week’s slideshow: Sketch an ocean scene.

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Note: You may need to click over and view the slideshow on the Flickr website in order to see all the sketches.
All sketchers are welcome and there is no need to sign up. Send in your sketches in jpg format and mail them to: sketchtuesday@yahoo.com by Monday, August 7, 2017 and I will include them in Tuesday’s slideshow. Complete instructions are found by clicking the Sketch Tuesday tab at HarmonyFineArts.com.

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Specific instructions for the Summer Plans of 2017: I will be listing a topic below but each week I will also be posting some inspirational paintings in the Sketch Tuesday post to help you get started. You are welcome to complete Sketch Tuesday like always with anything that comes to mind with the theme. Or, you can use one of the paintings as the inspiration, copying all or part of it as you wish.

Also, I want to encourage you to branch out in your art media since the summer season is perfect for trying new things! Pick something you want to experiment with and learn how to use the art supplies alongside your children.

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Would you like to print this schedule out? Here is a link to the download: Sketch Tuesday Summer Plans 2017.

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