Sketching is a wonderful way to learn how to draw. Though important to the artist they are not thought of as finished works of art. Treated as such it allows the student to explore various mediums without fear of the finished sketch being critiqued. After all a sketch is but a sketch, an idea with possibility.
17. Whitefish Lake #2 Pencil Sketch 1996
18. Whitefish Lake #3 Pencil Sketch 1996
19. Whitefish Lake #4 Watercolour Sketch 1996
20. This pencil sketch was made at the top of Ragged Falls of the Oxtongue River.
21. From a different location, on the same day that I made the previous sketch, I made a pencil and watercolour sketch of the Oxtongue River.
23. Another quick sketch made while skiing.
24. Yet another quick sketch of the ski trails at Horseshoe Resort.
26. Georgian Bay #2 Pencil sketch 1997
27. Georgian Bay #3 Pencil Sketch 1997
28. Lunch time I'd go for a quick hike up the ski hills. From the top of the ski hills you could look down on what is known as the Copeland Forest. I would sometimes stop and make a watercolour sketch.
29. Another Day At The Top Of The Hill - Copeland Forest
Watercolour Sketch 1998