SeaFest 2018: Sketching Sizzling Sun and Splashy Fun on Galway Docks

I was asked to sketch SeaFest 2018 by Galway’s Marine Institute. SeaFest is the annual celebration of all things marine in Galway – we are, after all, on the Atlantic Coast – and it took place over the weekend of 29th June to the 1st July in Galway Docks. The annual SeaFest is one of my favourite assignments, because I find the sight of beautiful big ships (often with flags flying somewhere) very enticing. Trouble is, the docks are usually a place where it’s hard to roll up and park – they’re busy working areas with all kinds of dangerous activity going on – so all I usually do is drive past and look longingly at the ships. During SeaFest I would wear a “media” tag around my neck, so that I could sketch anywhere I liked, for as long as I liked, over the entire weekend. Happy days. The only caveat was that I had to sketch different things from last year’s SeaFest, but that wasn’t a problem.

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