Corner of Atwater and Ste. Catherine

I arrived downtown a little early today before my talk at the Atwater Library, and as luck would have it I found a window seat at the McDonalds with a view of the condo construction at the site of the former Montreal Children’s Hospital. The rapidly falling snow muted all the colours in this downtown scene, so I sketched in Payne’s Grey in my Etchr sketchbook. It was the perfect way to relax and collect my thoughts before the talk.


9 Comments on “Corner of Atwater and Ste. Catherine”

  1. Sylvie Jalbert says:

    I love it! You catch the mood of the day!

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  2. Sue McKee says:

    Having lived previously in Montreal and wish I still did – I just love this painting or sketch. Love it. Sue

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  3. Iona says:

    Having grown up in southern Ontario, this is so familiar- cool, sunless light. Perfectly captured. Think I’ll have to dig out my Payne’s gray again, yours seems a very neutral version. I think mine is more blue. They all seem to be different.

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  4. Bernadette says:

    Very, very nice. I really like the many people you’ve added. They give the scene such life.

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  5. Denise says:

    Even your grey pictures are cheery! And we still have no snow here.

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  6. Tim Liddy says:

    Great proportions.

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  7. Uma Maheswar Nakka says:

    Good Morning dear Shari,

    Your art is not only a thing of beauty and joy for ever, but also an education and knowledge.
    I am learning a lot about persons, places and things, through your art and the comments from your art lovers,

    Regards and blessings.
    Uma

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  8. Denise Wyant says:

    What a neat idea! I like your use of Payne’s Grey to convey the scene. Thank you for sharing!

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  9. joantav says:

    Fun to see this in a monochromatic way! Nice!!

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