Summer Crocs, Sketch 072

You may have noticed that a lot of my sketch objects are from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. They have quite the collection of practically everything! But, as I do have shoes of my own, I thought I’d include at least one pair in my Shoe Series.

Sketch of my summer Crocs

Cheesy looking

I have two pair of Crocs: a summer pair (the green, with holes) and a winter pair (black, no holes). I only wear them in the yard. The green, hole-y ones are too cold in the winter and the black, solid ones are too hot in the summer.

Summer Crocs, with the holes for air ventilation

Summer Crocs, with the holes for air ventilation

Sketch 072: Summer Crocs (not the Metropolitan Museum of Art, although I did search the online collection after I sketched mine, wondering if, indeed, they had a pair. None showed up. Maybe I should donate mine. Hmmmm . . . )

Here are links to some of the museum’s shoes that caught my eye.

Rosenbloom’s Slippers red, with tassels

Shoes by Steven Arpad, with quite the upturn at the toe

Shoes to wear in the forest by Beth Levine

Gold leather evening Oxfords by Alfred J. Cammeyer