Last Sunday, I sketched Seattle Art Museum visitors admiring two masterpices that are part of an interesting exhibit, “Elles, Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou.” The show, open through Jan. 13, includes 130 works of art made by women artists from 1907 to 2007.
Only pencil sketching is allowed in the galleries, but I welcomed the limitation. It forced me to think about light and dark values more than I usually do.
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