Sketching in Mystraki

The tiny village of Mystraki was invaded this week by a small band of artists keen to capture something of it’s charm on paper.

After a little blind-contour warm-up drawing by the eucalyptus tree, we ventured into the heart of the village in search of shady spots from which to work.

Mystraki offers a wealth of possibility for sketchers and we had no trouble finding compelling subject matter.

The morning passed quickly, with barely a break for a quick snifter of coffee, before getting back to the sketchbook.

A lot of fabulous work was produced as usual.

Very well done everyone – great work this week.

And its goodbye to the lovely Yota – it was great to have you join us – kalo taxithi.

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