A plea: Any ideas for a snazzy title?

I’m organising a series of monthly Walks with a Sketchbook over the summer. Generally people don’t like going out sketching en plein air by themselves and non-sketching family and friends complain about having to hang around. So if there is a group following a reconnoitred route stopping at points along the way to sketch then everyone is happy. This Sunday we’re planning, weather permitting, to go round Rivington which is near Bolton, Lancashire

The problem is the “Walk with a Sketchbook” title. Yes, it does what it says on the tin as walking and sketching are involved. However, there must be a snappier, snazzier title for the walks. Anyone any ideas?


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I'm a printmaker based in the North West of England, living in Bolton and printing at Hot Bed Press in Salford. Please visit my website johnpindararts.weebly.com
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7 Responses to A plea: Any ideas for a snazzy title?

  1. clinock says:

    It’s a brilliant idea – as for what to call it, how about, ‘Plodding with Pencils’, or ‘Line Walk’, or ‘Exploring with an Erasure’ (or because you are in England; ‘Rooting around with a Rubber’)…I don’t know – your own title is pretty good.

  2. clinock says:

    Thank you for your visits to art rat cafe – much appreciated…

  3. ‘Walk With Me and Sketch it Out”? instead of ‘check’ it out no one will ‘get’ that?

    ‘Let’s Take A Stroll and Draw it Out’?

    sorry, that’s the best I can come up with right now, Mike

  4. Thanks. I like the idea of playing around with the pun of “draw”.

  5. Pingback: Draw Out 1 – The Inaugural Walk | notes to the milkman

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