This is my last post about the trip to Amsterdam, here are the first , the second and the third posts. I really happy I had an opportunity to explore Amsterdam slowly, trying to absorb the city, not to run from one touristic spot to another, getting to know and feel this city and falling in love with it :) One of the mornings I met Paul Wang and used the opportunity to do remake on his portrait I did 9 years ago in Lisbon Symposium: I think there is no need for description, each one of this sketches reminds me so well my experience while I sketched them, each one keeps inside feeling of the place, mood, sounds, weather, and more... So lucky to be a sketcher!
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I'm continuing my posts about my trip to Amsterdam, here are the first and the second posts. I stayed in Amsterdam one week more after the Symposium. I already knew this feeling - passing at the familiar places that yesterday were filled by lots of sketchers and now look empty, even if they were full of people. After the bust of adrenaline - emptiness... But everything ends, and it was a great opportunity finally to see the city, to stroll without any goal, to slow down, to feel and absorb, and, finally, to sketch! :) One of the "must" Amsterdam points for me were visiting Van Gogh museum. The visit was very emotional. Van Gogh were one of my "mentors" when I was young, before his painting turned to be labels of vodka or cases of cell phones. I remember myself as a teenager reading his "Letters to Theo", amazed by Van Gogh's thirst for painting, his madness for depicting the life around him. I think it was one of the moment I thought - this cal