Friday, December 26, 2014

Holiday Sketches and Sketching at Krohn Conservatory

a tower of poinsettas, amy bogard
roebling bridge of sticks and bark, amy bogard
christina's sketch with the location
christina wald's finished sketch

Amy Bogard and Christina Wald can often be seen around town sketching city sites, and we don't slow down during the busy holiday season.  Yesterday we visited the lovely Krohn Conservatory to sketch their holiday display.  It is beautiful, filled with Cincinnati icons made out of natural materials.We found out later from Chuck Rekow that the display was done by Applied Imagination.

we were fortunate to find a bench to settle into
christina wald sketches

When not out sketching, we both work on our own projects.  Amy's character, Ginger Small, really enjoys readying for the holidays.  

And Christina created this Stagfox to grace her holiday cards. 

Wishing all of you and yours a wonderful and restful holiday and a Happy New Year!


  1. That poinsettia tree is a gorgeous painting Amy. Always fun to sketch with you!

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