An Apple (that has nothing to do with computers)

Way back last year, when the grass was still green, I "got together" (cyberly) with good friends and fellow artists Linda Shantz, Elizabeth McCrindle and we challenged ourselves to take a break from the old routine by drawing or painting an apple.

This, ladies and gents, is how breaking my routine materialises.

Apple Sketch #1
Colour Pencil in a sketch book
Sheona Hamilton-Grant. All rights reserved.

Linda's Apple is a lovely red luscious sample tempting for any snow white princess.
Like to think might tempt a wee worm.
Oh and for the record, my Ladies did not respond to the challenge preferring to sketch a dog and run off to a brunch B-day party!
Guess I'll have to bring out the paints next time and shout Dino!!!


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