3 Cafes in 3 Days

Three cafes in three days, a bit more than my usual quota of coffee for the week. I started off with drawing a grandmother and granddaughter, having a break together. The girl developed a somewhat ‘cubist’ head as she kept moving quite quickly. A few of my strokes ended up in unintended places (well that’s my excuse).

Grandmother and granddaughter at the coffee shop, ball point pen, 3 June 2014.

Grandmother and granddaughter at the coffee shop, 3 June 2014.

The next day found us having lunch at the National Museum of Australia, after having seen the Old Masters: Australia’s Great Bark Artists (more of that in a future post).

Umbrella and a view back towards the city from the National Museum of Australia, pen and ink, ball point pen4 June 2014.

Umbrella and a view back towards the city from the National Museum of Australia, 4 June 2014.

Lastly back to our regular place for a coffee today. The sun encouraged us to go for a walk before more clouds blew in. I particularly liked the way the fluting on the glass reminded me of colonnades and arches.

A glass architecture, pen and ink, 5 June 2014.

A glass architecture, pen and ink, 5 June 2014.

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