My sketchbook and I went out for a brisk walk around Longshaw this week. There are some incredible autumn colours up there at the moment (just look at that bracken!). I had fun trying to capture the mood. For those of you who are interested in these things, I sketched using a combination of watercolourContinue reading “Longshaw sketchbook”
Not much to report from the studio this week but here are a few snapshots from behind the scenes. As well as grabbing as much painting time as I can between all the Other Things, I’ve been working on lots of shop updates and improvements, and I’ve put aside the guilt (mostly) and made timeContinue reading “Walking, sketching, inspiration”
Walked from Burbage Bridge down along Burbage Brook and through the plantation, stopping to sketch a coupke of views of Higger Tor and Carl Wark on the way. Nearly fell into the brook when I crossed over to the other side, but didn’t. Well done me! Used a Pilot lettering pen with a wide nibContinue reading “Higger Tor and Carl Wark sketches”
A couple of pages from my sketchbook today. Sketches of Higger Tor and Stanage from Fiddlers Elbow / Burbage Bridge at Burbage North.
Some lovely dark clouds blowing over Callow Bank and Mitchell Field on the way to the Peak District village of Hathersage.
Trying (mostly failing) to capture the glorious colours of August and the purple heather on the moors at Burbage North, Peak District.
Quick sketch of Mam Tor from Odin Mine in the Peak District village of Castleton, Derbyshire
Sketching the dry yellow hillsides of Mam Tor and Lose Hill near the Peak District village of Castleton in July 2018, at the end of a long hot summer.
My sketches from a day out / sketchcrawl with Urban Sketchers Yorkshire 21st Oct 2017. The Holt, Rutland Arms pub and Showroom Bar, Sheffield.
A couple of quick watercolour sketches from a misty June walk in the Peak District, taking in the views from Winyards Nick below Over Owler Tor. View towards High Lees, Hathersage. You can just about make out Scraperlow Hall amongst the trees and Derwent Moors fading into the distance. View towards Mitchell Field. Note: IContinue reading “Sketches from Winyards Nick, Peak District”