There isn't an official Urban Sketchers International group in Quebec City, but there is an active and fun group of people who get together and sketch all over the city and the region.
Your best bet for connecting is to check out the following:
1. Croquistes de Quebec
2. Collectif des Ateliers Libres en Arts Visuels de Québec
There is a lot of cross-over between these groups, and in both, there are people who speak English, French, and a number of other languages.
15 May 2015
It's been a little while since this blog was updated, but not because anything's happened to slow down the column. Rather, I have at least one new outlet (!!!) and am looking for more. That's keeping me busy enough that most of my updating has happened on the now-master-site for the column: www.drawntothewest.com.
Head on over there for plenty of recent content on the following topics:
- Taking a closer look at spring
- Wild Birds: To Feed or not to Feed
- Wild Birds: Attracting without feeding (which clearly answers the previous column's question).
As always, thanks for reading!
27 March 2015
"Although the Northwest Territories are more
likely to be lumped with "the North" than
"the West" technically, Tulit'a - a small Dene
First Nations community of some 500
inhabitants I visited in March - is farther west
than most of the United States and Canada."