Showing posts from February, 2020

Sketchcrawl to Tivon

Last sketchcrawl we were invited to by local sketchers to come to north and colorful Tivon!  We met in Mumus - hummus restaurant, which is also a gallery and place for music shows, really atmospheric place! From there we continued to the central square of the town - where was a jazz concert. Close the noon to the square came group of school children - demonstrating against the climate crisis.  I was impressed by Tivon very much - the place where the owner of hummus place is and artist, and his workers are musicians as well. Place where there is a jazz concert at the square and children demonstrate worrying about the earth. It was so different from tel Aviv, and so wonderful! Thanks to everybody who joined us!

Cold weekend in Jerusalem

We spend a weekend in Jerusalem - city I always feel like a tourist in it. One hour of driving from Tel Aviv - and everything is changing - the landscape, the architecture, the people and even the air (freezing!). I love the variety of this city, the sense of many layers of history and holy spirit that hover over it. One of my "must" places to visit and sketch is Mahane Yehuda market - big and vibrant area full of vendors and food stalls. I love to sit on the bar of one of the coffee shops, observing the human ocean moving all the time, trying to absorb the movement, sounds and smells and put it all on paper.  here is another sketch did there few month earlier: Here is my attempt to capture the view from the window - one hour of meditation, watching how everything is changing during the sunset...  At the evening we went to the Yellow Submarine, great place to see some music performances: And the next morning, before leaving, we had a breakfast in Tmol Shilshom