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Sorrento Travel Journal - Part 1

Ah well, I dreamt of balmy spring days wandering the streets of Sorrento and sketching in the sunshine, but sadly the weather had other ideas. So, my journal comprises mainly of sketches I painted from images, and printed photos.

I like to start my journal with an itinerary page - a brief outline of what we did each day - and a weather record

Posted on: May 10, 2014 by Gill McC
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The Realities of a Sketching Vacation by Leslie Fehling
I recently stumbled upon the blog of Artist Leslie Fehling - what a delight! Her watercolour sketches are just beautiful, and she has some stunning journals of her travels in Italy
Lupia by Leslie Fehling
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Posted on: August 23, 2013 by Admin (Gill)
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The view from our Winnebago
Rylstone caravan park overlooks the golf course and it inspired me to paint a small picture using acrylics for my journal.

Posted on: December 18, 2012 by Jan T Baillie
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