10 May

Rhossili 2

Here’s another of my recent sketches en plein air in the ancient Neolithic / Bronze Age landscape across South Wales. Most of the drawings I’ve done on my travels over the last year or so have been quite large, but last week it was so windy that I decided to work into my A4 brown paper sketchbook and I liked it so much I might just carry on for a while. This is part of the landscape around the magnificent Arthur’s Stone / Maen Ceti on Cefn Bryn on The Gower Peninsula. I sketched very quickly because of the high wind which forced me to focus on the essentials of the scene instead of getting bogged down in detail.

2 Responses to “Windy”

  1. Phil Cooper May 10, 2017 at 23:05 #

    These drawings are so fresh Rosie, I guess the weather conditions must affect what you do but I love how bold they are. That limited colour palette works a treat too !

    • Rosie Scribblah May 11, 2017 at 22:47 #

      Thank you, Phil. I guess the drawing reflects lots of things, including the conditions and timescale. The sum of many parts

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