Colour from the landscape – Painting

As promised, here are the paintings done using the watercolour paint that I made from materials gathered whilst walking in the landscape. I have named the colours: Cley red, West Runton yellow, Wells black, Hunstanton white and West Runton white.

They were done working quickly and from memory on A4 ‘rough’ watercolour paper. I also used a neutral oil pastel and a soft graphite stick. The paints make soft colours that are perfect for capturing the sights and sounds of the marshes and beaches of the North Norfolk coast.

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8 thoughts on “Colour from the landscape – Painting

  1. Jac Howard

    Now that’s got to be the epitomy of ‘truth to materials’. I love them – so sorry I will miss you at Harrogate – have booked for the Friday 😦
    Jac

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