As always our friends at the winery were very welcoming.
They were busy giving a tour and pruning the vines.
Guests were enjoying the wine and the day.
|Laying out the location|
|Morning sketch: The Bridge of Glass between the Glass Museum and the Washington State History Museum.|
|Next: 30 sketchers hit The Swiss for lunch. Lunch companions Kate and Susan from Seattle and Vicky from Portand.|
|After lunch, one of the cooks at The Swiss asked me to sketch the bartender. I sketched for wine :-)|
|Credit to Beth of Urban Sketchers Seattle for the photo. (I stole it from her blog post.)|
|Old stove in the Bar area.|
|View from the corner of the Bar, I just noticed the house is crooked or maybe it was my angle?|
|Dartboard/Door with a weird rope bag.|
|View from Whidbey Art Gallery|
|View from Mary's window on First St. Langley|
|Friday lunchers at the Capn Whidbey Inn|
|Chris Adams, who can hold a pose for an hour and half with no breaks, no complaints|
|Artist Cheryl King, on break at Mo's|
|Faye drawing a model|