Sunday, January 26, 2014

Sunday Sketches

Here's another one of the sketches from my  2014 Sketch Book Project. As you will recall, my theme is FOUND. So each page is a sketch if something I found some place. 

This particular sketch was done on a piece of paper for a group of 1st Graders. I volunteer at my grandson's school. They were working on learning about plural and singular and the fact that you have to add an S if there is more than one.   I was working with a small group and they weren't getting it. So I made a sketch to demonstrate.  I was saying...humm what should I draw. A little boy said how about a hammer. And I drew the hammers. They were all amazed. LOL  So that's how this one came about. I saved the paper to put into my Sketchbook.

The Sketchbook Project is so much fun. You should think about participating next year.  

So  For more info on the Sketchbook Project go to: Http://http://www.sketchbookproject.com/

AND, For more lovely Sunday Sketches, please visit: http://www.bluechairdiaryillustrations.com/ 

8 comments:

Helen said...

Love the drawings and the story behind it too. Happy SS

artmusedog and carol mckenna said...

Great post and great sketch of found object ^_^

carol, xxx
www.acreativeharbor.com

Ginny said...

I too love your drawing and the story behind. I bet your grandson is so excited when you come to volunteer (bet the teacher is too)

Alexandra said...

I'm enjoying your sketchbook, Joanne. I can't wait to see more. Hope you're doing well and sending hugs. :)

Tammie Lee said...

i bed it is a good practice to draw things in our environment like this. Good sketch.

Debbie said...

what a fun theme, and you did a great job with the painting too!

Lynn Cohen said...

Charming lesson! Glad you helped the children "get it" you certainly hammered it home!

Victoria said...

Beautiful sketch..love the paper you used..gives it such a wonderful vibe! Fantastic story behind it..so wonderful!
Happy Sunday Sketches
Victoria, pencil and wing

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