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SKETCHES

BRIGIT KRANS

"I LOVE THE FEELING AND SOUND OF A 2B PENCIL ON LIGHTY TEXTURED PAPER."
 

Whether jotting down a few pencil lines or capturing a subject in more detail, sketching is fundamental to many artists.  Sketchbooks allow artists to doodle, try out more detailed work or can serve in preparation for a painting in the studio.  Sketches are Brigit's most immediate work and a first response to what inspires her and catches her attention.  She uses a variety of materials, such as pencil, graphite, pens, and watercolors.  These tend to be in her kit when she stakes out places that inspire Brigit, such as the beach, a landscape, or sometimes simply someone's backyard.

 

Below, you can look through Brigit's sketchbook.  It is comprised of sketches as well as more finished drawings.  

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click corners to see sketches