Sunday, May 17, 2015

the gate at Philosopher's Walk

$60 - 6x8"painting 
The stone gate at Philosopher's walk has wonderful, slightly wacky, street lamps on it that I've been wanting to paint for some time. I found a shady spot during a warm afternoon and did this with charcoal pencil and watercolour.

Here's a pic of my paintbox, which is still holding up well considering it's just a thick paper mache box from the art store. It gets wet as I splash watercolour paint all over it, and it's slightly warped now... but it's still awesome.

4 comments:

  1. This is when you are at your best, great composition, great line work, depth and contrast with your watercolors. Lovely.

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  2. This is just so pretty, Nora. I love old streetlamps like these and surrounded by wrought iron and flowers...?! Beautiful and a sense of old London!

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    1. Thanks Sheri. Good eye on the London look. The gates were established in the late 1800's by some Royal Family Dude and the HR symbol is on them. : )

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  3. Beautiful watercolor, Nora!! Excellent street lamps!

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