A few years ago, Enrico Casarosa, down in San Francisco, got to thinking about how he and his frends enjoyed an ocassional pub-crawl. Being an artist, this got Enrico to thinking about how this activity might be applied to his artistic interests.
From that "brain-storm," and the first few sessions he held with his friends, a web-site was created and now there are about four or five regularly scheduled events per year, that span the globe: the "World-Wide SketchCrawl." And at this site you can find the reports from all over the world on the day's activities.
Yesterday, two art-buddies of mine, Dave and Mike, and I went out "sketchcrawling." It was more fun than we expected and I think we plan to continue the activity as the "World-Wide SketchCrawls" are planned and scheduled. Our point of interest was the "Blue-Bridge" which spans the Columbia river here in eastern Washington connecting two of the Tri-Cites, Kennewick and Pasco.
You can find our work at the "SketchCrawl" site at this location.
And if you can, please join us next time....