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My Tasmanian urban sketching adventure that started in part 1 continues around the east coast, Hobart and then back up the west coast before we head back to masked Melbourne. I didn't want to bombard you with newsletters, so here are the three remaining instalments.

For those who have asked, yes, I will be making some (but not all) of my Tassie sketches into prints for my shop. Prices will be in line with existing prints and will go on size. If you have any special requests please send me an email.

Until next time, enjoy and please stay safe :)

Helen

Urban sketching around Tasmania, part 2: Bicheno and the eastern beaches

We unpacked our bags at the little beachside town of Bicheno on the east coast of Tasmania. It was our anniversary night, so priority was getting hold of dinner - of course! It was too late to sit down in a restaurant that night, but we bought the most delicious lobster rolls and chips from the Lobster Shack and took …

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Urban sketching around Tasmania, part 2: Bicheno and the eastern beaches

Urban sketching around Tasmania, part 3: Hobart

We had a really comfy Airbnb in Hobart overlooking the Derwent River. The natural consequence of the view was a big hill, so we timed our outings to walk downhill into town and then at the end of the day we caught an uber back up again! This was the view from our balcony. I had a little bit of …

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Urban sketching around Tasmania, part 3: Hobart

Urban sketching around Tasmania, part 4: Strahan and the west coast

From Hobart we drove to Strahan on the west coast of Tasmania, which took us nearly five hours.  We stopped a couple of times, including in Queenstown which was a booming mining town during the early 1900's. The impact of logging and copper mining in Queenstown was startlingly awful on the surrounding hills which are often described as a barren …

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Urban sketching around Tasmania, part 4: Strahan and the west coast

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You’ll find both limited and open edition signed prints of my original artwork here, including urban sketches from my travels, my homegrown Brunswick Street sketchography, and illustrations promoting self care and wellbeing from the Caring Together Art Journal Project. Have fun browsing, add favourites to your wishlist, and if you have any special requests please don’t hesitate to contact me. Enjoy!

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