Framing the sky

Siden Hill Woods on my left, a view over fields in late afternoon sunshine in April.

Drawn on A5 dark blue Ingres textured paper in conte crayon

Whitby Abbey drawn while the children hunted for quiz clues.

A complex surface dappled with sunshine and shadow.

An attempt to simplify and abstract in a few tones on Strathmore tan paper.

 

9 responses to “Framing the sky

  1. I love the tones you’ve achieved in the landscape. The left tree and the slant of the foreground are particularly beautiful. There’s a nice contrast in the abbey too – the open to the sky arches and the cramped red arches on the left. Is that some bare paper I can see there too?!

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