Carol holding my Earthly Goods sketch

Carol holding my Earthly Goods sketch

Carole Baker is an amazing painter in remote northern Alaska who I’ve known through our blogs and correspondence for years. When she was in Berkeley for a visit we met in North Berkeley to sketch. Above is a photo of my wonky sketch (held by Carole so that I could photograph it) of Earthly Goods, the store on one corner of Vine and Shattuck.

Carol holding her sketch of the corner of Shattuck and Vine

Carol holding her sketch of the corner of Shattuck and Vine

We sat on the same bench but looked in opposite directions. Here is Carole and her sketch of the produce market on the opposite corner of Shattuck and Vine.

I was so inspired by Carole and her art on the beautiful greeting cards she gave me as a gift. You can see Carole’s art on her blog Carole Baker’s Art Journal.

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  1. Just saying Hi to Carole! Hope you are having fun with Jana! – Jana, I have been following you for a couple of years :)

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  2. That looks like SO MUCH FUN!!!!

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  3. Great sketches both of you.

    I had an optical illusion and thought you’d hung your sketchbook on the lamppost (forgive me – Degas had a restless night barking at random things so I’m sleep deprived)

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