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On my way home after a very muddy walk, I turned a corner to see the sunset which was an amazing display of colours. I would like to share this photograph with you and wish you all, “A HAPPY … Continue reading
Last month I submitted watercolours to the Sock Gallery’s Winter Open Exhibition 2017. I was delighted to have a painting accepted and hung in the exhibition at the Loughborough Town Hall. The exhibition is from Saturday 2nd December 2017 … Continue reading
Two of my watercolours which I exhibited in the AIPS exhibition in the Menier Gallery, Chocolate Factory, London last week.
I was pleased to participate in the 86th Annual exhibition of the Artists in Public Service (AIPS), at the Menier Gallery, Southwark, London last week. The selection of work by the members were a diverse and interesting mix of oil, … Continue reading
The garden’s around the Phare-des-Baleines and the lighthouse were interesting and the trees lovely shapes. I painted a small section of the area in the garden one afternoon when the sun was strong and shadow’s were deep purple blue. The … Continue reading
Exploring Cragside Estate especially the vast gardens, woodland and walks was a marvellous experience. During my stay in Northumberland, I visited Cragside three times and I am tempted to return there! Below are some of the studies I made there. … Continue reading
It was a very interesting visit to the Farne Islands watching the wildlife, a world of sea birds and seals in their natural habitat. I did wear a protective hat as the nesting terns were pecking, fortunately, I did manage … Continue reading
Sketch book study of vast open space’s stretching for miles along the coastline of Norfolk. It was a very pleasant time spent walking, exploring the beautiful landscape and coastal views around this unspoilt area of wild and natural beauty. I … Continue reading
Recent watercolour from a series, A walk down the lane and what do I see!