Sketchbook & Notes

(Above – Sketching at Poza Honda/Manabi/Ecuador while waiting on the Brown Wood Rail.)
(To see these Brown Wood Rails in Lisa’s Poza Honda ‘back yard,’ download the Artivive app on your phone and aim at the drawing!)
After a successful drawing session, Lisa prepares to leave just before dark at Refugio de la Tomatera – Portoviejo/Ecuador.
“Walk with me? – Step into my World” – some prefer to witness my life through the exposition by the same name at the Museo Portoviejo/Ecuador!
“Step into My World”

Working from just-taken photo on camera – Hint: it’s a Sparrow that lives in Ecuador’s Cloud Forest…

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OK, Bananaquit – No Talking! – No kidding!

“No Talking Zone’ ahead;  you may enter quietly but please don’t disturb that artist at work!  Until the work is finished, critiques and suggestions can throw an artist’s concentration off balance, and the essence of the moment evaporates.   You are welcome to visit as long as you respect the No-talking Zone!    For the latest update, go here: Update/Feb. 2022

lisa in bamboo sketch

P1220716 ready for yachana art supplies and reference books
Mandatory materials for a journey to Rio Napo, gateway to the Amazon.

P2150320 great antshrike in progress w botanical details

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She was not expecting to receive this drawing! (Otavalo, Ecuador)
“Arbol de la Vida” – (Frutilla) – a study at Parque las Vegas, Portoviejo/Ecuador.
Possibly a Comb Duck but strange colorations….
A sense of humor is important; stay happy and well, everyone. Thanks for visiting! Lisa

What’s happening on the blog: Start here and appreciate the dry forest for World Environment Day.

10 thoughts on “Sketchbook & Notes

  1. Hi Lisa,
    Do you remember the wisteria painting on sheet rock
    That you donated to the riverboat cruise ship 20 or less years ago? My parents were the lucky winners. It has held up beautifully, so much so that I would love to have one that size for my den. My dad had it framed, if I remember correctly. What might I expect to pay for that size in a wispy floral design with maybe a butterfly or two. Thankyou for your time and talent and treasure.

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