I am in the unfortunate position of visiting our local hospital frequently. I’m not ill, but I accompany someone who is. The waits are long and so I occasionally sketch.
Other than in hospital, I haven’t had many chances to sketch of late because I have to use my time productively (you don’t get paid to sketch) but luckily there are always gaps in the day when you get the chance. When I sat down to sketch this one of the café in University College Hospital, Galway, I felt a frisson of excitement knowing I had an uninterrupted hour ahead of me. It says a lot about the intensity of my life over the last two months that I had a wonderful feeling of freedom at the prospect of a single hour when no one would need me and I couldn’t do any work.
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