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Friday, March 06, 2009

Wisbech Museum



After a hot cuppa at Bygones cafe, Harry and I visited Wisbech museum. For a relatively small museum it has such a variety on display, including a recent exhibition to commemorate the abolition of the slave trade.

Harry plonked himself infront of one of the display cabinets to sketch and I suddenly realised how confident our sketching trips together had made him.





5 comments:

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

What a lucky boy to have such an enthusiastic one to one tutor - no wonder he is coming on in leaps and bounds. Surprising how much they pack into that little museum building. We seem to like out teapots of late.

Michael C. said...

Great sketches... They all have a feeling of fun.

Tamuril's Fractal Gallery said...

How neat. These blog posts are inspiring, and your artwork is simple and elegant.

Liz Steel said...

wow! I love the teapot!!!! Gorgeous sketch of Harry too! So great that he is so confident!

purplepaint said...

That is so cool that Harry sketches with you! I'm trying to get my kids back into sketching in books. Love this sketch, you're getting really good at people! Marva