A quick visit to The Seven Sisters in Sussex

The Seven Sister in Sussex Watercolour 12 inches by 10.

I had the opportunity to spend some time at the Country Park that overlooks the Seven Sister Cliffs at Seaford Head recently.

It gave me a little time to sketch the scene and start a painting of the view.

As it was November it was a pretty cold day but there was a lovely morning glow way out to sea in the English Channel and this just had to be in the watercolour, together with very threatening dark clouds nearer to where I was standing.

I love this iconic scene with the Coastguard Cottages in the foreground and the mouth of the river emerging into the calm ,cold sea.

so this quick post is just that one watercolour which is now for sale on Artfinder ,or you can contact me directly.

i hope you like it and if you get a chance make your way to the Country Park and walk down towards the Cotteges and enjoy this oh so English scene.

incidentally I also had lunch at the Seaford Head Golf Club which open to non memebers and it was very good and I was made very welcome there too.

Well worth a visit!

Happy travelling

Brian

brian@brianswatercolours.com

 

About brianswatercolours

After spending 40 years in Aerospace I now enjoy painting watercolours of our travels around the world. I also paint for others who would like reminders of there favourite places. Most of my paintings are painted from photos that I have taken, or taken by others. This blog shows some paintings from Yvonne's and my travels together. Have look at my other Blog www.aquarellesdefrance.wordpress.com

Posted on November 22, 2019, in England, Paintings from our travels, Sussex, The Seven SisterS Cliffs and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Beautiful, you definitely relay the chill in the air! Cheers!

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