Paintings from England, Wales and Ireland

Here’s a very short update on my last landscape painting trip before our move to Florence. The trip consisted of a brief visit to Salisbury in England, a week long stay in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales and a trip to Ireland for the Art in the Open plein air painting festival. It was very productive and much fun as we got to meet a lot of our fellow painters and friends, and paint in some truly beautiful areas.

Though I am still full of impressions and wonderful memories from all these places, I am finding it hard to organise words in my head while simultaneously organising the rest of my life in boxes. So, this time, I will let the images of some of my paintings from this trip speak in my stead.

 

Stonehenge, Watercolor.

Stonehenge. 10 x 14 in, Watercolor.

 

Welsh Sheep, Watercolor.

Welsh Sheep No. 1. 10 x 14 in, Watercolor.

 

Welsh Sheep, Watercolor.

Welsh Sheep No. 2. 10 x 14 in, Watercolor.

 

Tretower Castle, Watercolor.

Tretower Castle. 10 x 14 in, Watercolor.

 

Dyffryn Crawnon Valley, Watercolor.

Dyffryn Crawnon Valley. 10 x 14 in, Watercolor.

 

Ballymore Tractors, Watercolor.

Ballymore Tractors. 10 x 14 in, Watercolor.

 

Street in Inistioge, Watercolor.

Street in Inistioge. 10 x 14 in, Watercolor.

 

Woodstock Gardens, Watercolor.

Woodstock Gardens. 10 x 14 in, Watercolor.

 

Curracloe Dunes, Watercolor

Curracloe Dunes. 10 x 14, Watercolor.

 

Tintern Abbey, Watercolor.

Tintern Abbey. 12 x 16 in, Watercolor.

 

Tintern Stream, Watercolor.

Tintern Stream. 10 x 14 in, Watercolor.

 

Sorry for keeping it so brief and my apologies in advance if you’ll have to wait a bit longer than usual for the next update from Florence 😉 In the meantime, have a wonderful rest of the summer!