Tuesday, September 30, 2008

The Big Draw


Time for the Big Draw is here. Last year Elizabeth hosted this event on-line. Participants posted a drawing a day. This is how I met Lynn, Cris, Bad Faery, Andrea and Karen. If you want to participate, go to Bad Faery's blog and sign up!! Also Elizabeth's blog. They will list the links to all participants in their sidebars. In England, this is a country-wide event with many interesting happenings all devised to get people drawing. How wonderful is that!

7 comments:

Kim said...

Thanks Suki for the heads up on this event!

Annie said...

I love to draw, but have no time right now,maybe next year.

marianne said...

What a fun project! Unfortunately I won't be able to make one every day :(
Great you met all these nice people this way !

Cestandrea said...

Suki, this is great! just a little hello from me from Paris, so busy but soon will be back and more present. I'm sure your mom will not mind you tearing those curtains, if this is the way which brings you more inspiration, she'll understand, cause, well: you are there beside her anyway!
love
Andrea

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

NOt sure about it this time. I am so wiped out from the Visit and cleaning leading up to it. I will see.

sukipoet said...

KIm, you are welcome. Just want to say, it's not about being good at drawing, which I certainly am not. But more just committing to practice. Also, I didnt really get one done every day last yr. But I did try.

Annie, that sounds great. See you next year.

Marianne, as said above you dont really have to do one every day though that is the goal. I admit it is a hard goal too. It was a push for me last yr but still want to try again this yr. Met some great people by doing it.

sukipoet said...

Andrea, good to hear from you. I know you are preparing for your two shows, must be a lot of work. Best of luck. True what you say, I am right here beside mom whether the curtain is closed or open. And that's what counts.

Cris, I believe I joined late last year too. IE wasnt in on the first few days. It IS exhausting to have guests, esp the way you prepared for them which was outstanding. Rest now if you can and treat yourself kindly.