Perched on a steep sided, dome-shaped hill called a drumlin, Kendal castle commands a dominant position above the Cumbrian town. Built in the early 13th century by the barons of Kendal, the castle fell into disrepair during the Tudor times and is now in the care of the local council and freely accessible. I have used a coloured paper normally used for soft pastels, but then I like to be different!
Ink wash with oil pastel highlights on tinted Daler Rowney pastel paper.
12″ × 9″