1. How to Introduce and Develop Sketchbooks in Your School | AccessArt: Visual Arts Teaching, Learning & Practice
    November 10, 2011 @ 8:40 pm

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  2. Alec Morrison
    September 12, 2012 @ 1:38 pm

    I’m stunned by the beautiful and colourful creativity demonstrated in these sketchbooks. Mine are attempts to practice my drawing skills, so they are monochrome pencil images, sometimes line drawings, sometimes heavy with dark shadows, occasionally accompanied by notes of what I thought about the subject. I’m just too precious about my sketchbooks. They are a resource to be treasured. At least I now carry one with me wherever I go, and add quick drawings of people in cafes. On the odd occasion when I don’t have a sketchbook with me, I inevitably find I miss it and want to capture something around me. Thanks for the inspiration and encouragement to expand my horizons.


    • Sheila Ceccarelli
      September 13, 2012 @ 11:17 am

      Thanks Alec for your comment – you may want to consider participating in Developing Sketchbooks Skills and Approaches Online Course – A chance to participate in exercises designed to expand your approach and most importantly a chance to get feed back from peers by uploading images of your work to the site.
      Best wishes,


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