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In the Medina in Fes, in watercolour
This is a small watercolour executed in the Fes Medina in Morocco
Added: Friday 8th May 2015, 15:42:47

View over Bath in watercolour and charcoal
A watercolour overlooking Bath in England painted entirely on location in 1985
Added: Sunday 17th March 2013, 8:41:17

A painting of Salisbury Cross by Noel Garner re-appears after 30 years
An early watercolour of Salisbury Cross turned up recently and the new owner decided to let Noel Garner know about it
Added: Saturday 16th March 2013, 4:00:54

Winter watercolour at Fen Drayton Lakes bird reserve
Winter in late January, this quick watercolour at Fen Drayton lakes emphasises the warm colouring on the trees with the low afternoon sun coming from behind. The scene looks warm, but in reality is was a cold day.
Added: Tuesday 7th February 2012, 4:49:42

Watercolour pencil sketch of a Woodpigeon
A sketch on location of a woodpigeon high in a tree, drawn with pencil and watercolour pencils.
Added: Monday 9th January 2012, 11:36:43

Watercolour of Westminster Bridge and Houses of Parliament London painted at night
A watercolour sketch of the illuminated Houses of Parliament in watercolour from the South Bank next to Westminster Bridge, as night fell.
Added: Thursday 29th December 2011, 7:02:53

Wet-in-wet watercolour sunset of Putney Embankment in London
This view from Putney Bridge in London is a watercolour that makes much use of the wet-in-wet technique. The painting was started in location as the sun was setting over the Thames, and completed much later in the studio. It's a commission which will be framed and presented to the client in time for Christmas.
Added: Sunday 4th December 2011, 10:48:09

Painting central London in watercolour from Waterloo Bridge
This is a large watercolour painting looking towards Blackfriars bridge in central London viewed from Waterloo Bridge
Added: Friday 2nd December 2011, 17:58:24

Reflections and sunshine - watercolour painting on location at Needingworth
A watercolour painted on location at Needingworth, a small village in Cambridgeshire with a very nice pub and access to the River Great Ouse
Added: Thursday 10th November 2011, 6:15:20

Cambridgeshire Barn at Peckover House painted in watercolour
A grey day still gave plenty of color contrast to paint this thatched Cambridgeshire brick barn in the grounds of Pekover House.
Added: Monday 7th November 2011, 11:22:11

Drainage ditch in the Fens Cambridgeshre painted in watercolour
A scene painted in watercolour painted in the fens of Cambridgeshire near the village of Cottenham
Added: Sunday 30th October 2011, 3:09:24

Watercolour painted at the table waiting for lunch - Pont d'Ouilly Normandy France
A small watercolour painted at a table outside a french bistro at lunchtime. This was in Swiss Normandy as its called, and the very typical village street scene with road signs all contributed to making an enjoyable painting experience.
Added: Tuesday 27th September 2011, 5:44:41

Watercolor painting of the walled garden at Scampston Yorkshire
This watercolor painting is on rough watercolor paper 13"x19". Begun on location at Scampston Walled formal garden, it was completed in the studio.
Added: Saturday 2nd July 2011, 4:26:46

Watercolour sketch in Lanzarotte
I can't remember anything about doing this watercolour sketch. All I remember is were on holiday in Lanzarotte - all my sketches are small and contained in one small sketchbook. Together they make a lovely memory, which I guess is one very good reason for doing them. Somehow they carry much more memory than photographs do, I find.
Added: Monday 4th April 2011, 3:24:19

Sunset at Haslingfield
A small watercolour painted on location near the village of Haslingfield which is not far from Cambridge, as the sun went down.
Added: Wednesday 9th March 2011, 14:18:06


 

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