Watercolour Paintings

Feeding the ducks – Bowness on Windermere

Feeding the ducks – Bowness on Windermere

Click image for larger version. I saw this little girl feeding the ducks and geese at the waters edge in Bowness and it was so appealing that I just couldn't resist painting the scene.  Windermere is the largest natural lake in England and one of the country's most...

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Walking in the rain

Walking in the rain

Click image for larger version. It has been a very, very long lockdown for some of us and I have been forced to fall back on some of my old photographs, creeping about in my spidery loft again, yuk.  Because we have had an inordinate amount of rain here in the NW...

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Old boat – Glasson Dock

Old boat – Glasson Dock

Click image for larger version. Once the largest port in the North West, importing cotton, sugar, spices and slaves from Africa and the Indies, Glasson Dock situated on the head branch of the Lancaster Canal has changed significantly since the harbour opened in 1787....

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Stags Head – Bowness

Stags Head – Bowness

Click image for larger version.   The Stags Head in Bowness on Windermere, good place for a snack or a drink, especially on a hot day. My original artwork is created using pen and a variety of water-soluble media, watercolour (White Knight watercolours)...

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Calton Hill – Edinburgh

Calton Hill – Edinburgh

Click image for larger version. Calton Hill is one of Edinburgh's main hills, set right in the city centre. It is unmistakable with its Athenian acropolis poking above the skyline. The top of Calton hill is a usually quiet place to visit on any day, with its grassy...

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Temple of Heroes on Lake Windermere

Temple of Heroes on Lake Windermere

During ‘Lock Down' I decided to revisit my old photos (trip to the loft, and engagement with many scary spiders involved!) I found one which I liked the look and composition of but had no idea what the building was.

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