This year-old piece from The Guardian has some charming, free-and-easy-seeming sketching that I would dearly love to be able to pull off myself.
Earlier this month, London-based artist Joey Yu headed to Field Day, a two-day music festival held in south London’s Brockwell Park, to record the action with crayons, pencils and paper…
All drawings were done in situ and took between 10 minutes and half an hour, though she did finish a couple at home because of the weather.
“I can’t express the pure joy of drawing in the moment, connecting eyes and ears to hands. It’s like meditation or dancing,” she says. “I think it really gives a different feel for the atmosphere that photographs just can’t grasp. It was a good adventure.”
(Georgia Simcox, “Sketches of Festival Life — In Pictures,” The Guardian, 7-16-18)
(c) 2019 JMN