my sketchbook: autumn




At last.
Hi all!  I’m so happy it’s finally arrived – my favorite season.  This past weekend was not only beautifully cooler but an unexpected surprise.  We truly enjoyed every moment together and on Sunday, Jessie and I headed to church, always a great way to begin my week.
Today, I am back in the studio.  Motivated.  How about you?
Have a beautiful Monday.
Posted in modern calligraphy, my sketchbook, watercolor.


  1. Oh my goodness! We drove north about 40 minutes to Rib Mountain and walked to the top. We were under the canopy of brilliant golds and oranges and reds in the cool of the deep dark trunks and then burst out at the top to see for miles and miles at the top of the observation tower. Coaxed a rare smile out of the 14 year old boy and got to spend a lot of concentrated time with my darling daughter and sweet husband. Good way to spend the afternoon on Saturday. You really need to sell prints of your sketches, Miss Lori! I would buy a whole set of season themed ones like this (hint, hint ;-)!
    Enjoy the day.

  2. Hi neighbor–I’m in Louisville. Saw your link about fall scetchbook on Gunilla’s site and had to come over and investigate. Love your creativity–and fall leaf macros in previous post. I’ll be back for a more leisurely look soon.

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