Spring is really arriving!
Although we can’t tour around the beautiful County of Kent at present, the Spring is really arriving fast .
We are currently having the most lovely weather and normally I would be off taking photos of the Kent countryside so that back at home I could paint some watercolours of the scenes.
Its fun to paint on location as well but of course that too isn’t possible in the current situation as we sensibly stay home and try to help limit the spread of this horrible virus.
So a quick whizz through some photos and with a bit of artistic licence I can be somewhere in Kent with the Oast houses, Rapeseed growing in the fields and a few poppies too.
So here is today’s watercolour, trying to capture that scene. It is out there somewhere!
I hope you like it.
If the weather is nice with you, enjoy it too.
Posted on April 7, 2020, in England, Kent in the UK, Landscape, Paintings from our travels, Spring has sprung!, Travels with a Brush, Watercolours and tagged England, Kent, Oast Houses, UK, watercolors, Watercolours. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
Hi Bryan, love the light dark contrast on this one. Just lovely! Stay well you two xo
Thanks I do appreciate your comments
We are okay and hope you are too
Stay safe and well