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This is a familiar scene looking back towards Bridlington from Dane’s Dyke.My 20″ × 16″ watercolour was done on Saunders Waterford 140lb NOT paper with Windsor & Newton artists paints.
watercolour, bridlington, danes dyke, seaside, east riding of yorkshire
As a painter of light, legend and landscape I am indebted to the wonderful medium of watercolour which gives me the versatility to incorporate many different styles in to my work.http://www.glennmarshall.org/
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Many thanks for the feature.
– Glenn Marshall
congrats on your feature! You sky is fantastic, but I’m really drawn to the rocks…what a fine work!
Thanks Sally it is a very beautiful spot.
My home town!!! Superb Neil.
Beautiful sky. A little different drawing then your usual. Very nice!
Mmmm – you noticed the slight change in style.I’ll let you into a secret. I had planned an outdoor workshop here on the cliffs where I live. But, this being England there was always the chance of the weather disrupting so I needed a plan B just in case, I looked through my sketchbooks and found a drawing I had done in 2004 that was close enough to the scene most of the group would be attempting, so I very quickly painted this making it as simple as possible so that the sudents could follow along. My plan B was not needed but happily someone bought the painting the same night!
Many thanks for the feature Janis
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