Saturday, October 6, 2007

Beach Days









As these hot, hazy days continue, and I am inside working, I can't help but think back to the languorous days on the beach this past summer.
The sea is mesmerizing, powerful and engaging in a way that never gets old- but I am never there without my sketchbook. Models everywhere! And that, too, never gets old. Body language, gesture and character galore.
These are just but a few from years of beach days and people from many beaches.

9 comments:

Kam said...

I love how the lines in all your drawing have such wonderful rhythm. I can feel the essence of the beach from your drawings. I am going to show it to Luca
Kam

memi said...

Kam, thanks so much for your wonderful post.
I'd love to see Luca's drawings, too!

Angela said...

There are so many great characters in these sketches, they're so much fun to look at. Very inspiring stuff!

Stephen Gardner said...

I agree with my misses. I have to push my work in this direction, you make me want to work harder.

memi said...
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memi said...

Ang and Stephen,
Isn't it great that we have so much drawing to talk about?!
Thanks so much for your regular support- I'm off to your drawing now....that perspective thing you do so effortlessly is always awe-inspiring.

Chad Wallace said...

These are great, so much energy. By the way I've changed my domain name to http://chadwallaceart.blogspot.com/ It's easier to explain to people and for search engines to find. Looking forward to more of your posts.

Zina said...

I love the characters...so much personality described with such economy adn energy. And the last one of the tropical setting...just great.

I'm so glad to have discovered your blog. Inspiring work.

memi said...

Zina,
What a great surprise to get your message.
Thanks so much for your comments-
It especially means a lot coming from someone who is so fearless and clearly gets such pleasure, as I do, getting out and in front of all kinds of people and places and recording them!

So glad to know you now!