A selection of photos from the second ‘on location‘ drawing & painting session, which took place in the grounds of Koroni castle yesterday.
The four hours sped by as we we undertook various vignettes inside the grounds of the 11th Century Church of St. Sophia.
We focused in on the detail of the buildings – capturing several images on one page.
There was so much of interest to draw that we spent the whole morning in that one spot.
A little careful positioning was required, as the weather shifted from distinctly cool to, well – pretty hot!
As well as the Byzantine Church, our venue offered good views of the decorative roof tops of the Church of Aghai Triada and the small chapel of Issodia, nestling in the Monastery wall.
It’s a beautifully peaceful place to draw.
We started the morning with a little left-handed-drawing to warm up…
Before moving on to the ‘proper’ sketchbook drawings…
It was a very pleasant morning and some lovely work was produced – with everyone getting down to business – stopping only briefly mid morning for a brief coffee break and stretch! – very well done everyone. You should all be well pleased with your efforts today.