We stayed in an hotel immediately in front of the magnificent “ Mezquita” or Mosque/ Cathedral in Cordoba.
The colours of Autumn never cease to encourage pastel to paper!
A favourite walk and in the snow, even more rewarding.
We spend September in the small village of La Croix Valmer and this is one of our local beaches.
An evening stroll through the pretty Burgundy village of Bligny - sur - Ouche.
Bath subject again! I found these chimneys fascinating!
For me the stuff of nightmares!
A very wet visit to Connemara! The scenery was awesome!
Connemara is beautiful even in the rain!
Shiny beaches, damp sand, tiny rivulets traveling towards the sea and shimmering water… that’s a Cornish beach!
Having a sister living in the Lake District gives me a wonderful excuse to visit there often. I love the painting the fells at different times of year, their colours and moods are continually changing.
Anybody who visits Dartmoor will be familiar with the incredible storms that wipe the skies with shades of grey and purple.
Devon Lanes are a patchwork of damp green moss covered stones.
Another demonstration! Working “Wet on Dry”
. An aptly named corner of Betys y Coed
Flooded Road in Bramley.
Floods on the Somerset Levels.
Walking along the Wye is a most pleasurable activity, this route takes you up to Simmonds Yat from where it’s possible to watch the Peregrine Falcons soar across the valley below.
Gillan Creek, view from a walk in Cornwall
We spent a week near this spot early in the summer and walked the length of the river from the village of Helford to the mouth of the estuary
I lived across the street from the Holbourne Museum
Awe inspiring landscapes! We spent a week exploring this area of Cumbria in early Spring…very cold!
This painting was one I used for students to work from in a workshop before using their own material.
We travel to the South of France in September and stay for the month.
I was given a photograph of this family group
I live near the Loddon and often walk along its banks.
Well worth the hazardous walk!
My husband and I visited Rathambore National Park in India
Moon light can create the most incredible colour schemes, especially where there is water to reflect the light.
My husband and I experienced this spooky scene during an early morning walk along the canal.
A very muddy lane experienced on a walk in Devon!
I love the New Forest,
Dramatic shadows on a sunny day in the New Forest.
Italy, on the shores of Lake Como. Mountains and water, beautiful.
Ploughed field with puddles, lots of texture and contrasting still water.
I tried to capture the drama of this scene.
Each month has its colours, however, October wears the best dress!
Back in Devon again, rocky crags and smooth water.
I found some old photographs taken in New Hampshire during a Christmas visit to a friend.
Wild and awe inspiring landscape!
This is my home area which I visit often as my mother lives in Kingsbury Episcopi and it was here that I painted this picture.
This is really more of a dyke on the Somerset levels.
I love the different colours in the water and the mixture of textures on the banks.
It was the textures in this subject that attracted me, spindly trees and brilliant water.
I hope this picture appears as cold as I felt!
I’m lucky to have this river on my doorstep, it changes faces all year round.
Willows and reflections.
Our son and his family live near Ross on Wye and so we have a wonderful excuse to spend time exploring this beautiful part of the world.
This viaduct has proved to be a real challenge!
I have tried to capture the moment before the strke!