Grey Havens Doodles!

At every Grey Havens and Grey Havens YA meeting, we are fortunate to have many artists in our midst. One day, I hope to catch up on scanning and posting at least some of the amazing pieces of art that seem to magically appear during our book discussion meetings. Here are just a few from last week. If you attend one of our upcoming events, such as our Blind Date with a Book Fundraiser or our Real Myth and Mithril Symposium, you will be able to take home an original doodle by a GHG artist as a thank you for a small donation.

What a deal! You can support the GHG mission and take home a tangible example of how a talented artist creates. Here are a few doodles from last week’s meetings.

elendil ship

Detail of an Unfinished Doodle by Donna Clement at Grey Havens Meeting

Do you recognize the ship and the magnificent bird flying out to meet it?

dragonrider detail

Detail of Dragonrider Doodle by Devon Towry at Grey Havens Meeting

elf doodle detail

Elf Doodle by Devon Towry at Grey Havens Meeting

ya dragon doodle upright

A Dragon Proclaims its Love of GHYA by karinasaib at YA Meeting

We would love to see this on a t-shirt! Wouldn’t you?

vulcan salute doodle

A Grey Havens YA member reminds her friends to live long and prosper!

You can help the Grey Havens Group and Grey Havens YA to live long and prosper with your donation and by attending our entertaining and enlightening events, such as the Real Myth and Mithril Symposium in April, 2015. Register for the symposium before April 15 to receive the Early Bird Special!

Visit our site again for a glimpse of a beautiful, new Tolkien-inspired piece by artist, Dan Hollingshead, and for more artwork from our young members at As a bonus, here are some photos to give you an idea of what happens when we let our YA members express themselves on a white board!

white board

mouth eyes board

uni doodle

Grey Havens Group/Grey Havens YA

Thank you for your support!

Author: badgaladriel

Founder of The Grey Havens Group in Longmont, Colorado.

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