In my Reader…The Sketchbook Project

I am going to participate in The Sketchbook Project. Artists from around the world all interpret the same small sketchbook.  Anyone can participate.  For $25 you are sent a small Moleskin sketchbook to fill according to a theme you choose and return it by the deadline. All are then cataloged and become part of a traveling exhibit.  The idea is too cool for me not to participate in.  I’ve been thinking about working on a non-garden related sketchbook and looking for a reason to start it…kismet!

On the website they show examples of previous sketchbooks.  Here are my two favorites.

rachealanilyse In my Reader...The Sketchbook Project


katecastelli In my Reader...The Sketchbook Project


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Professional landscape designer, lover of the land and all things design.
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6 Responses to In my Reader…The Sketchbook Project

  1. Great faves. A wonderful idea.

    Soooo. Will you do it too?–s

  2. Kerry says:

    What a great idea. I may have to do it too.

    –Oh! Do it. Collage, draw, paint, whatever. So much fun!–s

  3. Jennifer says:

    Really cool, Susan.

    I’m getting a Kraft paper sketch book so I can draw on the cover too!–s

  4. What a wonderful idea! I’ve also been thinking that all of my creativity of late goes for assignments; no time to draw or render just because. You inspired me – I just signed up.

    How cool is that! I can’t wait to see what you come up with. I’m so excited.–s

  5. Donna says:

    What a great idea. I sketch everyday in some way in addition to my design work and like you, do it to actually get away from the seriousness of that kind of drawing. I will look into the project. So far my blog is the recipient of my fun illustrations. Sketching is almost always more introspective and private.

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