Saturday, 9 April 2016



Sydney sketch club went further a field, travelling south to Mittagong.  We went to an abandoned industrial site of multiple buildings in a rural setting owned by Tooth and Co.  Tooth and Co was one of this state's major beer brewers from the 1930s to the 1980s.  At this site they produced the malt for their breweries.  The sketch above is a tiny part of one of the very large buildings.  You can see the roof is very damaged, althou the the building itself seems very sturdy.  

A few of my friends sketching.


After lunch we stayed in the town of Mittagong to do another sketch.  This is the police station.  The tree was beautiful.

A great day at  the fascinating "Mittagong Maltings".

1 comment:

  1. Lovely work Nancy - I seem to be having problems getting onto wearesoarty - so I hope this comes through. Gorgeous, as always!