Part 1 of a collection of various watercolour paintings I have produced over the past 3 years. I think that some are quite good, some are not so good.
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A small painting of a farm on the North York Moors National Park in Northern England. Original size 9.5" x 7" sketched and coloured from a guide book photograph.

Inspired by a David Bellamy painting in 'The Wild Places of Britain', a Scottish highland burn with snow capped peaks in the background. Original size 11" x 9"

A painting of Plockton on the West coast of Scotland. Shortly after first showing this painting I was told by a group of schoolchildren from Plockton, that they didn't recognise the view. I have since had an email from a former resident that it is in fact where I said it was. She was born in one of the houses!. Original size 9.5" x 7" It's that long since I painted this, I think it was part of an exercise from a 'learn to paint' book but I can't remember the author or title.

Three Shires Head in the English Peak District. This ancient pack horse bridge crosses the stream near the borders of Derbyshire, Staffordshire and Cheshire. Original size 7" x 9.5" From a guide book to the Peak District.

Two farm dogs looking out of a long disused window in this farm in the Yorkshire Dales. Inspired from a photograph in 'Walking the Dales' by Mike Harding. Original size 7" x 9.5"

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Watercolour Gallery (1) mostly landscapes from Northern England and Scotland.
Watercolour Gallery (2) old places - castles, stone circles.
Watercolour Gallery (3) beaches, canals & seascapes.
Watercolour Gallery (4) birds and animals.
Watercolour Gallery (5) miscellaneous landscapes.

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