We Visit The Ste-Foy Historical Society

The Ste-Foy Historical Society was having an exhibition of needlework being done by Quebec residents and it seemed like a plan to go see it and sketch around the society grounds.  The main building is a gorgeous old mansion and it sits beside a very large church that was destroyed by fire.  It has since been partially resurrected and is now the site of evening, partially open-air concerts (the main church walls were stone but the roof succumbed).  The burnt out portion of the church is to the right in my sketch.

Stillman & Birn Beta (6x9), Esterbrook J9550, diluted DeAtramentis Document Black

Stillman & Birn Beta (6×9), Esterbrook J9550, diluted DeAtramentis Document Black

I’m still trying to get caught up so I’ll let the two sketches I did that day do all the talking.  Next stop…my Ottawa trip 🙂

Stillman & Birn Beta (6x9), Esterbrook J9550, diluted DeAtramentis Document Black

Stillman & Birn Beta (6×9), Esterbrook J9550, diluted DeAtramentis Document Black

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  1. Pat Roberson says:

    Cool! I always love your building sketches!