The Druid’s Circle

8 Sep


Here’s another drawing I did last month during my flying visit to The Lake District. It was glorious weather and I was staying just a few minutes walk from the Birkrigg Common which has a rare example of a double circle of Neolithic stones, there are only about 30 double circles in Britain. I’ve put this drawing onto my gallery at Artfinder, please click here if you’d like to see more.


Tea with me at The Workers Gallery – a chance to see my new solo show with lashings of tea and homemade cakes – bara brith, elderflower and lemon sponge, orange polenta gluten free cake, Victoria Sandwich, parmesan biscuits – and art in the gorgeous Cynon Valley.



2 Responses to “The Druid’s Circle”

  1. Phil Cooper September 8, 2016 at 22:12 #

    Great summer colour as well as the wondeful bold drawing, I love this one Rosie

    • Rosie Scribblah September 9, 2016 at 04:47 #

      Thanks Phil. I bought these Daler Rowney soft pastels a couple of years ago to take on my residency in Pakistan as I wanted portable colours, first time I had used pastels and I really like them they have opened up landscape for me.

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