Tuesday, November 22, 2011


It's Tuesday... so I drove through a downpour to O'Connors to meet up with the other artists and catch up with them about some of their current projects. After the meeting Carrie and I went to the "meeting after the meeting", where we sketched at Carolyn's table.

Now, here's a way for YOU to have some nonsensical sketching fun too...Go HERE!

Sketch: Celeste Bergin, Carolyn's Scissors, Pen on 6 x 9 paper


BrandNewStudio said...


nouvelles couleurs - vienna atelier said...

Hi Celeste!

I loved the monday work... really great!

Dan Gliubizzi said...

There is "something" about your sketches! They are often a bit tighter than your paintings, but possess an "abandon" that I really respond to.

billspaintingmn said...

Now draw paper and rock!

Nice sketch Celeste! I did the stickman drawing thing, it was fun!
(I'm not sure what or how to save with a screen saving tool?) But it was fun! Happy Thanksgiving!

L.W.Roth, said...

Cool scissors. Cool Stick man. Tuesdays reads great in your neck of the woods.

hw (hallie) farber said...

I draw lots of scissors and staplers when I'm sitting at a desk. This pair is great.

SamArtDog said...

You're a real cut-up. Heh.
Thanks for the cartoon.

Dan Kent said...

Such a clean, stylish sketch. I have loved the scissors as an object to sketch/paint ever since I saw Diebenkorn do it. Come to think of it, not sure I've ever done it myself - something to think about.

Playing a bit of catch-up again, for your posts I have looked at daily, your Monday painting is really cool and the process is fascinating to see. Amazing Leftover painting - I never would have pegged it as painted with leftovers - it is too good. And the figure with few strokes - so excellent!!

But what has totally bowled me over is the boxes. I'd be interested to see what you do with this organization in a post. Why separate by size? Is this so you can find them again later to overpaint them?

Dave Starr said...

don't run with those