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Saturday, 3 July 2010

Drawing

Today we have been in Meldreth, which is near Royston, in Hertfordshire for my Grandma's 90th birthday party.
It was a lovely day for her and all her family from far and wide who came together to celebrate.
On the journey down I took lots of photographs of fields, trees and skies.
Oh dear, too many and I'm filling up the memory on the computer!

Here are a few sketches I have been working on this week, these have been done while out walking.
I think I may try painting the pen sketch to experiment with colours.

I hope your having a lovely weekend.

15 comments:

Carol said...

I am thanks :) and these drawings are just beautiful. Well done you.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Beautiful!
As always.

Gina said...

Meldreth is ten minutes away from us! Lovely sketches.

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

Your drawings and paintings just get better and better. Thank you for sharing. Hope your Grandma had a lovely birthday x

raquel said...

love campo

Valerianna said...

I like the way all the lines radiate out from the tree in the top drawing... that will make a stunning sewn piece if you use it, I bet!

Deanna said...

It's gorgeous!

Heloise said...

Beautiful drawings. I hope that your Grandmother had a wonderful birthday.

cardinal arts said...

really like the pen sketch!
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Barbara said...

Hi, very beautiful work! It sounds like you were having a wonderful time. I find that so very helpful to add colour to my sketches ~ it somehow helps me visualize where I am going ~ keeping the photographs also really help but sometimes I am not so good at that.
Very best wishes,
Barbara

Jill Eudaly said...

your sketches are very cool. I just signed up for a sketchbook project. I love your free flow and vivid colors...its so dramatic. I often find my art projects take strange turns and end up different than how I planned. Oh well, I learned how to add a badge to my blog, so I feel like the project is already off to a good start.
Jill

The Weaver of Grass said...

Lovely - I think maybe you have a passion for the colour blue?

karen said...

great art, as always! i would really recommend a visit to New Designers although if you are like me the first time you go will terrify you! There is so much talent out there.

sea-blue-sky & abstracts said...

Lovely artwork - and stitching in the previous post Kayla. I really like your lively pen & ink sketch too. Lesley x

ted and bunny said...

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