Great Day at the Glenbow

Think about it. Where can you go, and in a matter of two hours, sketch beautiful Dior gowns, aboriginal artifacts, WWI biplanes, cowboys and their paraphernalia, and West African cultural treasures? The Glenbow Museum, that’s where. I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to link up with my Urban Sketch group for one of the last times at such an amazing place. I will miss these gatherings above all else. And since my paints, markers, pencils etc. Are on their way to BC, I will leave a b/w sketch as one of my last offerings. I was taken by this plane, The Curtiss Jenny, which has a history worth exploring. It was the first American plane used in war and one of the earlier models was used in an attempt to capture the infamous Ponch Villa. It failed miserably.

I will see you again, my friends.

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