This time, Luxembourg was quite well represented, with 6 sketchers in total, Tessy, Aniela, Arnaud, Jean-Paul, Sandra and I!
The organisation was flawless. There were 2 different sketchcrawl routes to choose from every day, an official meeting place (Café Atlantico) and even a dinner on Saturday evening.
On Saturday, most of us decided to go on the "belles carrosseries" route. It was dedicated to places where we could find old cars. The day was a bit rainy, so we stuck to the 2 garages that were on the programme.
We stopped first at H.H. Services, where we stayed the whole morning until early afternoon.
There were many beautiful cars being repaired, like this Mercedes 300 SL...
|Even without its "wings" it was beautiful|
|I wonder if it used to be a race car. For some reason, it looks like one to me.|
The atelier was full of sketchers and there were many interesting subjects to choose from. The atelier was invaded by sketchers, so the tricky part was to find a spot with a clear view of the chosen subject.
|Sketchers sharing their drawings everywhere|
Is there a more iconic French car than the "deuch"? I don't know, but I can't think of any.
|Such a fun atelier!|
Dinner was next, with an evening of Flammekueche or tarte flambée, miam!
More on that and the rest of the weekend in my next post.
PS: "Oldies but Goldies" is the title of one of Lapin's publications. Check it out on his website. It is really great!