The third and last day of the Hangar Spring trip was a great success! We took our own cars instead of the taxis and went together to the 'Mulino Di Mora Bassa'
That was an old water mill next to a museum with the 'Machines' of Leonardo da Vinci. Most of us spent half of the morning in the museum, with our lovely guide, who explained the working of the machines to us and made us realize what a brilliant man Da Vinci must have been. A painter, an inventor, an architect, an industrial designer, a physicist - a true 'Homo Universalis'
After the museum visit we positioned ourselves around the mill - and started drawing...
...the mill and other gorgeous spots...
We had an excellent Pizza-lunch - and can I mention that Patrick had the biggest pizza ever (it had to go through the door on its side)
And then the group resumed drawing, with unstoppable enthusiasm!
As always we discussed the work during 'the line-up, with the Nartists present...
And here is a selection of the excellent work of that day!
There are many anecdotes, great photos and more drawings! We hope we'll soon be able to organise an evening around this trip, that I still think is one of the best we have had sofar!!