The Quickest Way to My Heart is via a Fountain Pen

Another fun Sunday out sketching with my friend Patrick. This past weekend we enjoyed an unseasonably warm patch of weather, and took advantage of the afternoon light right here in town.

This is Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, a beautiful stone structure on the corner of Chapel and State Streets. Patrick admired the simplicity of the facade, the clean lines of the stunning front door, free of the metal and glass weather-proofing so many public buildings have in this climate (USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 5B).

Not the greatest photo, I was only thinking of taking that beautiful door home with me.

This will be a short post, because I am deep in the details of pre-book-launch which will be official on November 22nd. For those of you who live within driving distance of Concord NH, I am planning a “Socially-Distanced Book Launch” on Saturday, November 28th from 1-3pm. Books for sale, cash only, $15 each, autographs free of course! More details in the post I plan to send on the 22nd. Of course, plans are subject to change, based on pandemic shifts.

For now, enjoy this beautiful church, and take a minute to pause and enjoy your surroundings as well.

LOVE the details at the eaves of buildings.
Last minute photo after the shadows started to shift.
This is the view that caught my eye.
And this is how simple it can be! Intentionally unfinished lines, suggested textures, fountain pen, felt tip pen, and tint brush.
Look at That!

About Bobbie Herron

I live surrounded by watercolor brushes and paints, fountain pens, sketchbooks, and journals- often wanting more than anything to write and paint at the same time. If you like what you're reading, feel free to share it with others. If you see something that needs correction, please let me know. Thanks for visiting!
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