Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Jeanette's Sketches in Line and Wash

In this new YouTube video, my wife Jeanette takes us through some of her sketches using the line and wash technique (direct link to YouTube).


Thanks to Kathleen Harte-Gilsenan and the students at Millburn High School for asking her to share her experiences with pen and watercolor.   

12 comments:

VirginiaFhinn said...

Yay! This is exciting! I love seeing glimpses of jeanette’s sketches in your other videos 😊

VirginiaFhinn said...

Yay! This is exciting! I love seeing glimpses of jeanette’s sketches in your other videos 😊

Yorky said...

I loved seeing Jeanette's sketches, she is a very accomplished plein air artist.

Stephen and Nyree said...

Thank you both again!

nuum said...

Jeanette and James: The same talent, the same beautiful smile.
Thank you, Lady.

Pierre Fontaine said...

Thank you for sharing your sketch books! I've always been curious what you were painting while James was working alongside and appreciate the glimpse into your own work. BTW, I recognizes Quebec and Montreal immediately!

Meera Rao said...

This was delightful, full of tips and expiations ! I have always been curious as to what Jeanette was sketching from glimpses of her in James’s vdeos:) Thank to you both for sharing !

Michael Coxon said...

Thank you James and Jeanette,
It was such a fun and interesting video, I love the idea that a sketch book is a kind of journal

Wouter Mulier said...



Thank you so much for sharing all these inspired moments of your live! Wonderfull.

Wouter Mulier

Wouter Mulier said...

Thank you so much for sharing these inspired moments of your live! Wonderfull.

CerverGirl said...

Thank you for sharing this video—it was great to see so much of her work and hear about her experiences and advice.

Mary de Gardner said...

MarydeGardner Thanks so much! Architechture and 2/3 point perspective - the things I have the most trouble with. Amazing work and it's all sketchbook. Wow! The watercolors are exquisite. Jeanette and James joint videos in the future?