Several Portland Urban Sketchers sketched the White Eagle, a place that is now owned by the McMenamin brothers. It's a lot different than it was in the 70's when we danced on the peanut shells that littered the floor. I think the shadows and the perspective are questionable, but I like the power lines.
These were quick sketches of things inside the saloon. I didn't finish this while I was there, so I decided to fill up the empty space with text.
I had a delightful time sketching, eating, and chatting and laughing with friends at Pambiche.
These sketches were done at The Canvas, a terrific art bistro in NW Portland where you can sketch, drink, and eat in the company of other artistically-inclined people. There were two different models.
This was done in Louise's dining room. Matisse would have had a good time here.