Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Sketchcrawl in Kansas City

A group of us met on Saturday at Kansas City's Union Station, meeting under the large clock where people have been meeting for decades. Pirates were attempting a takeover, a few of them escaping from the traveling National Geographic exhibit.

The main concourse was very busy, with people heading in all directions and a local art exhibit on display. After a while, I escaped to this old waiting room -- very serene with the lovely antique lamps, sunny windows, and old-time wooden benches. I planned on sketching the benches next, but we had reservations at the Harvey House, located right in the station.


  1. Union Station is so cool. Very nice sketches!

  2. Thanks, Michael! Our middle son told me years ago that I needed to visit Union Station --- he was right!


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