Last Saturday, February 7, this was the scene outside Reggie's Rock Club
Because this was the scene inside Reggie's Rock Club
A (very) large crowd, music on two stages, live painting, lots and lots of art, and
Once again, Pancakes & Booze hit Chicago.
It's pretty much open to whoever wants to show up and do whatever they like - so there's all sorts of work on display, or just happening. I think I saw about five easels throughout where artists were painting or drawing. I put up a couple things, and then Max & I headed upstairs near the Free Pancakes booth - where there were tables.
because we can't go anywhere without drawing, apparently.
A party's not a party without your sketchbook.
After participating in last year's Pancakes & Booze I had a better idea of what to expect, and what to bring. I wanted to create a painting specifically for this event, but I didn't want to sweat too much over it because - really. It's called Pancakes & Booze. Seriously.
So I gave myself about a week of after-work evenings, and:
"I Freaking Love Cheeseburgers"
oil on canvas
This lady loves a fried egg. And she'll be up in the Shop later this week.