The Sketchacrosstheworld Project came about through wanting to encourage those who have not picked up a pencil for a while or mostly sketch indoors, for a weekend in May to try venturing outside to sketch and connect with nature.   A chance to dip your toe in the creative water.

In need of some inspiration? Take a wander over to my blog and see if my creative adventures inspire you. You could capture the essence of where you are, through drawing shapes, lines and adding colour you are drawn to, or painting with plants you find around you. Go for a walk and collect nature’s treasures to create LandArt or wander up on a hill to paint with the wind. Whatever you chose to have a go with, it might be your first attempt. I’ve experienced those moments, the fear of a blank page, followed by complete elation with your final creation. Exploring creativity outdoors introduces an inspiring, free flowing experience.

The richness I achieve comes from nature, the source of my inspiration.

Claude Monet

Join The Walking Sketchbook and folk from all over the World to capture your favourite place whilst connecting with nature. Share your creations on Instagram by adding the hashtag #sketchacrosstheworld

I’m looking forward to you joining in and seeing your creative adventures on the 2nd & 3rd May, 2020.


🌱 Creativity Outdoors
🌱 Painting with Plants
🌱 LandArt
🌱 Painting with the Wind
🌱 Drawing Sound
🌱 Small Adventures

To look, to see, to understand, to capture – however imperfectly – is to be part of the land in a way like no other. 

Jan Blencowe – Art-quotes.com

Sketch across the World 2019

It was an amazing weekend and we covered all continents in the world including Antarctica. A total of 70 artists joined in producing 116 sketches, inspiring creative outdoors adventures and nature connection. Click on the following hashtag to see the gallery of sketches on Instagram #sketchacrosstheworld. You can also read a blog post with the results here.