Day 102: Kerkira Streets

Three sketches using Staedtler pigment liners 0.05, 0.1, 0.2 & 0.3 & 0.5mm widths and Ecoline Brush Pens for tone. 16:9 Winsor & Newton sketchbook.

First one near “Mon Repos”, birthplace of Prince Philip, the DoE:

Second from the restaurant En Plo looking at the Old Fort:

Lastly, an evening looking up the “Guildford Road” while eating deep fried Loukoumades:


Over our next few days in Kerkira I tried to maintain the impetus, with the intention of 1. Capturing the curvature of streets in the subtle angles between the buildings and 2. Capturing the ‘shape of the space’ enclosed in the piazzas and old winding streets. In some cases the subject was not suitable, too ‘square’ and in other cases I just failed.


The Prisma app still fascinates me and taunts me by producing the boldly coloured paintings that I’d like to make myself. Here a a few variations:

3 thoughts on “Day 102: Kerkira Streets

  1. Wonderful Steve. Are you ever coming back? 🙂 Missed you at a splendid outing of the Men & Women Of Uncertain Age on Sunday night. Miss you generally 🙂 G

    1. Thanks for watching, Godfrey!
      Glad to hear you’re flourishing at Café Church. We’re thinking deeply about our future being mostly in Greece 🇬🇷 with visits to England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿
      It’s all about the quality of the community, the culture, ..and the fresh figs. It’s turned into a 6-month trip; back in time to publish the Mother of All Christmas Newsletters 😎

      1. Ha! I can understand the draw (sic) of that. Will you be back by the 16th for the Mother of All Carol Services?

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