Seasons Greetings!

 

“Do you think we will be able to play by 10 o’clock?”. The Golf Course in the winter snow Watercolour 20 by 14 inches by Brian

 

 

Hi Everbody

I would like to wish you all a Very Happy Christmas and  Good wishes for the New Year.

I very much appreciate you looking at, and following my blog and for your comments and interest in my watercolours.

Its been a busy year with a lot of new watercolours being created and it’s been exciting to ship quite a lot to homes around the world, where I hope they will be lasting memories of travel and good times.

 

Winter in the UK has been a wet affair with no snow in my area yet, but maybe we will see some in the next few weeks.

With that in mind I painted this scene a few days ago, of our local golf club  and it seems appropriate for this last post of the year.

 

Enjoy the holidays wherever you are.

Happy travelling

Brian

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 December 21, 2019, in England, Golf courses, Kent in the UK, Landscape, Paintings from our travels, Travels with a Brush and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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