Alphabeth: P & Q

The persimmon tree is in my neighbor’s front yard. The drawing was composed as a journal page (combining art & text). I’ve been inspired by several urban scene sketchers & travel sketchers to compose some sketches in that format, as an illustrated page. The quince was drawn – but not eaten.

p-for-persimmon

q-for-quince

 

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About Beth Bourland

Artist Beth Bourland's sketch journal about observing, appreciating and responding to everyday moments.
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One Response to Alphabeth: P & Q

  1. Boninie Crosse says:

    MIND YOUR P’S AND Q’S AS THE OLD SAYING GOES. THESE ARE SUCH HAPPPY RENDITIONS,

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