Finally finished this sketch from our trip to Europe last June. This is another one from the Alsatian village of Kayserberg, France (birthplace of Albert Schweitzer BTW). The village became a favorite of ours. And there are no end to the things you could sketch. My only question is when will I ever be back there? Just thinking about it makes me miss Germany and France very much.
I was captivated by this wonderful fountain statue of Constantin. Can you imagine this was installed in 1521? I love the carving of the faces in the fountain. His beard is worth clicking on the pictures for a close up. Really cool.
That's Sandee in front of the fountain. We had a very nice day that day. Finishing the sketch brought back all of those wonderful memories of that day. Man, I miss it. Sketching does that for me.
By the way, the banner on this blog is a picture of me sketching this fountain.
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