Shoot it, Paint it. A Corner of Sissinghurst in Kent
Last weekend in the beautiful October sunshine we visited Sissinghurst Castle gardens in Kent. It is always a lovely place to visit and it is good to go there in Spring, Summer and Autumn.
We enjoyed a short sit down on a bench in the garden and took a few photos. This one I have now painted a watercolour of..
I have tried to recapture the colours of summer, so excuse the liberties taken!
I hope you like this very short post.
The Blue Danube post has had an update too with a painting of the Charles Bridge in Prague added.
Happy travels to you all!
Posted on October 8, 2013, in Kent in the UK, Paintings from our travels, Shoot it sketch it, Travel, Watercolours and tagged Kent, Painting, Paintings from our travels, watercolors, Watercolours. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
This is fantastic! I will have to put this on my list of places to visit. You are an incredible artist. Do you sell your work?
This is a great picture of Sissinghurst and I’d love to use a digital image of it to illustrate a short article I’ve just written for Buddhist friends to illustrate a point I’ve made about form and wildness both being needed in spiritual practice (just as in gardening, here!) I won’t be selling the article, just sharing it. If I credit you fully on the picture, would this be OK with you? And (if it is!) do you ahve a higher res version of the image which I might use?
All good wishes
Satyalila Jen Brown