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Thursday, 2 July 2009

Skywatch Friday - Drop by Studio

Summer around London is exciting. So much is happening everywhere. For starters there is the City of London Festival. One of those events is this outdoor studio. Richard Tait an artist who specialises in London skylines has created the framework for a cityscape on the hoardings of the construction site next to St Pauls.

You are encouraged to draw a piece or add a bit of colour. Even I added a splodge of red. My talents in this area are less than nil but all you budding artists get down there and have a look and partake.

As always on Friday check out skywatchers from around the world.



Painting not your thing? Ok if you want to have a go at winning some tickets to a music festival in August I found this: http://blog.hostelbookers.com/competitions/london-festival-tickets/

18 comments:

gwendolen said...

Oh, this is very cool. Great post for Skywatch Friday.

Jenny said...

Good idea. Sounds like a fun thing to take kids to as well

Kristy said...

hehehe...this looks likes SO much fun!!!

wish i could go painting in england :) *sigh*

Regina said...

Nice one :)

jabblog said...

Great fun! It's a brave artist who allows all and sundry to exercise their painterly muscles on his work!

Dusty Lens said...

Fun to participate in this painting Will be fun to view the finished image.

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Cool.

Sylvia K said...

What a fun project! Would love to see it when it's completed! Great shot!

henny said...

I join Kristy *sigh*, me for music festival :).

Mike said...

How fantastic! Have you seen the street pianos around the place? It's all good fun :)

/t. said...

splodge
of red, mo

so, your color is red(?)

the painting project does sound... fun!

/t.

JM said...

So very cool!

Postcards from Wildwood said...

Great idea for SWF post, Mo! thanks for your comment on my SWF.
Janice.

Linnea W said...

What a fun way to test out one's inner artistic talent! Thanks for stopping by my SWF post. Hi from hot and sunny northern Cal...

Louis la Vache said...

An unexpected choice for Sky Watch! Good one, Mo!

chrome3d said...

That´s a good idea but the guy has a lot of work to do still as that church is a bit complicated.

Gunn White said...

I just found your blog!
i will be back and find out more...
keep up the good work!;-)

Bim said...

Nice sky - especially the angels, the rainbow and the flying bus and cab - much must have changed in L since I left :)

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