Showing posts from 2018

Sketches from Mykonos trip

Only now, when the year comes to its end, I got to post sketches from our small family vacation in Mykonos from the end of September... Anyway, it's nice to recall end-of-the-summer memories in the middle of winter! It was very relaxed vacation in very beautiful place, which gave a lot of inspiration. I wish to myself to keep on having opportunities for sketching in the coming 2019 year . It not necessary includes being in exotic places, but do includes having this special feeling of excitement from surrounding and wishing to record the stories around me, which force me to pull out my sketchbook and to sketch!

Folk Night Tel Aviv

Music and sketching is my favorite combination - here are some sketches I did yesterday at the Folk Night Festival Tel Aviv. There is so many so talented musicians here!!!!!

Rally against "Culture Loyalty Law"

Sketches from rally against "Culture Loyalty Law" - bill conditioning arts funding on ‘loyalty’, which advance our Minister of Culture.  More than thousand artists from different areas gathered yesterday night to say that they will not give up on freedom of expression. "Nobody can't take from us the right to think, to imagine, to create..." - were words of one of the speakers. I want to believe that such a law can't pass here.

Rock&Draw - sketching InDnegev

It's second year that we come to sketch InDnegev - the biggest and oldest festival of indie music in Israel. This festival is a pretty unique phenomenon, started as a private initiative of a group of people who love music and keeps its special family atmosphere for the 12th year in a row. This time the experience was a bit different - I came to a familiar place and somewhere I felt I was back home. Many memories from last year floated in the air and it felt nice. Everything was in its place - the tent camp, the stages, the compounds, the food stalls, and of course the desert landscape and the air full of grains of sand. But now all these were filled with new sounds - plenty of great music and in its big part unfamiliar to me! For the three days I moved from stage to stage and absorbed what I could, with a block of paper and pencils in my bag. It was a lot of fun. Here are some of the impressions, hope that they manage to convey some of what I felt.