Anyway, here are some personal sketches of my recent visit to the Lake District in the North West Corner of England. Six of us hired a lovely stone cottage and these were all sketched around Grasmere (of Wordsworth fame, the poet) I wandered lonely as a cloud ta da. Also there is a wonderful Artist and his father well know in this area. If you like Lakes and Mountain paintings do check out this artist, sadly no longer with us, William Heaton Cooper.
Here are me little ole sketches. Done in a small W & N sketchbook using water soluble stabilo pens and a touch of an Elegant Finewriter pen too.
|View from the Daffodil Garden across the River Rothay towards a lovely tea room with outside space. This Village is built in Lakeland stone which is a beautiful colour, similar to the water in this picture.|
|Right in the centre along side the small green, there is this Gallery of Heaton Cooper's paintings and also a well stocked Art Shop (I always buy something, can't help it)|
|Most of you know I hate painting flowers - so can't believe what is happening to me, I actually sketched a couple of wild flowers tucked in under a wire fence. On the other side were new little lambs, black and white. Ahhhh|
|View from right near our cottage overlooking the fields filled with sheep and lambs|
One of my favourite places in the whole world!