We stayed in an hotel immediately in front of the magnificent “ Mezquita” or Mosque/ Cathedral in Cordoba.
The River Arle at Alresford, Hampshire
Painting two dogs on the same sheet is always difficult,
This was the result of a demonstration for my Watercolour class, painting trees using a sponge!
One of our favourite places for a long weekend,
Bruno has to be one of my favourite subjects!
Two beautiful Golden Retrievers belonging to friends.
Bath subject again! I found these chimneys fascinating!
This was a strange commission!
A majestic 1930’s house in Newbury
For me the stuff of nightmares!
A very wet visit to Connemara! The scenery was awesome!
Connemara is beautiful even in the rain!
Another demonstration! Working “Wet on Dry”
Originally three cottages, now a beautiful Monk Sherborne home.
Flooded Road in Bramley.
Harper, English Springer
A picturesque cottage in Sherborne St. John
A cycle ride resulted in this painting!
Another of my Bath Series.
I was given a photograph of this family group
Lizzie was the adored pet of one of my students.
My husband and I visited Rathambore National Park in India
Miya is my sister’s beautiful Husky
Mush passed away in 1960!
I love the New Forest,
Italy, on the shores of Lake Como. Mountains and water, beautiful.
Another in my Bath series. Several years of being inspired by a beautiful city.
My Christmas Card 2016!
Having spent several years living in Bath and studying there,
This painting was commissioned by the vicar of St. Andrews as a leaving present for a parishioner
Another class demonstration! How to paint water with ripples.
Stocks Cottage Watercolour. Commissioned by the owners
This painting was the result of one of our early morning walks through Basing Woods.
The Priory at Pamber, Hampshire. Watercolour
The tabby was a poser but the black and white cat was more elusive and had to be tracked down and coaxed with tempting treats!
This painting of two moored boats was just one of the “little” challenges that I enjoy!
This viaduct has proved to be a real challenge!
I have tried to capture the moment before the strke!
A typical view of “the levels” near Kingsbury Episcopi, my home area.