I've been dreaming about sketching here ever since my last trip, and I've got a pass to get in and out at will, which is lovely. That way I can go in, do a few rooms, and then do something else. I really have a great time sketching in museums too. My water brush and tiny watercolor kit are perfect for it. Very contained and easy to stand up with.
On the way home I halfway stalked a busker. He was walking slowly and looked so cool that I wandered behind him and sketched him for a block or so.
My final sketch of the day is a nifty old building (I love the "Comestibles") that is now an antique store.
Martha Kelly is an artist and illustrator who lives and works in Memphis, Tennessee.
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