This past Sunday I organized the first Women’s Art Lounge at Ludwig Berlin.
Here are artists Suzanne Wegh and Alexandra Ru sketching our holiday elf, who is reading a very long naughty list! Other art friends present included Giulia Caruso, The Artist Minotaur.
I engaged my favorite life model, Miss Natasha Enquist, and our lovely group of woman-identifying Berlin artists gathered to draw.
Miss Natasha wore her fabulous Elf outfit! Her Fluevog boots made the best elf boots ever.
I don’t know why so many of my models wear Fluevog, I swear I’ve drawn at least twenty people in them!
Miss Natasha also had a string of red and green lights AND the battery pack for the lights fit perfectly in the back pocket of her candy-apple red shorts which just slayed me! Professional at work.
Check out this gorgeous digital drawing from illustrator Kelsey Bass.
Both Kelsey and Alexandra, who is known around Berlin as artist’s meetup organizer BarSketcher, were using iPad Pro tablets and Procreate software.
Daria got one of them early this year, and seeing her experiment with it has made me feel like digital drawing technology is finally at a place where I want to try it.
Now I just need a Patron to gift me one!
Alexandra has a cool time-lapse of her drawing on her insta. Meanwhile Suzanne went in the opposite direction, using white pencil on black paper for this lovely drawing of MNE’s hands.
It was very cozy in the middle room at Ludwig, with our group of woman-identifying artists gathered close.
I made vegan peanut butter chocolate bars and flourless chocolate cake with pistachio icing to keep our strength up. Turns out it is quite easy to make vegan chocolate with cocoa butter and cocoa powder.
I had to request a drastic music change; Maurus was playing some kind of classical stuff I am not sophisticated enough to appreciate.
So we switched to Parliament which always makes everyone feel good!
It was a lovely time, and I look forward to our next gathering together, whether it’s in my salon like the Halloween Art Salon or at Ludwig, like this one and the A(RT)ffair Suzanne, NataschaArtworx and I put on last summer.
I can do things like things for Berlin’s art community and pay professional artist’s models like Miss Natasha because of the monthly support of my Patrons on Patreon.
Patreon is a subscription support service where you can automatically contribute financially to an artist. You can contribute as as little as a dollar (or euro) a month! And it has changed my life!!!
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