Around Broadstairs in Kent in Watercolour
Around Broadstairs in Watercolours
A couple of years ago a venue for the Sky Arts Landscape painter of the Year competition was Broadstairs in Kent, and I was lucky enough to be selected to paint there on that day.(I didn’t get selected for the final alas though!)
Although we had been to Broadstairs before that from then on I have enjoyed visting this picturesque seaside town, and painting watercolours from various photos and some sketches.
So I have collected a few in this post which I hope will encourage you visit to our sandy beached resorts on the Kent coast.
Just North of Broadstairs is Botany Bay and these next two painting are the views , south and north at the Bay.
So there you have a few views of this rather quaint Kentish seaside town with strong associations with Charles Dickens too.
In the mean time Best Wishes for Christmas and let us all hope that 2021 will turn out to be a better year that 2020.
Stay well and safe
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Posted on December 18, 2020, in Broadstairs, Kent in the UK, Landscape, Paintings from our travels, Seascapes, Travels with a Brush, Watercolours and tagged Broadstairs, Kent, Landscape, Paintings from our travels, Seascapes, watercolors, Watercolours. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.
A lovely collection! I really like the one with Viking Bay. So lively 🙂
Many thanks, there were fun to do
Lovely paintings. Make me want to be there!
Many thanks maybe one day we can all whizz down there together.
Do you think the Broadstairs Tourist office might take me on??!!
Thank you so much for sending your amazing artworks over the last months – really encouraging me to see more of our beautiful country in the future – particularly if the French become even more awkward!
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a much improved 2021. Tricia
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Many thanks I am glad you have enjoyed them
About 100 painted during Lockdowns keeps me busy!
Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year
Hi Brian, I hope you are staying safe there in southern England. I found the chalk rocks in your painting of Dumpton Gap Bay fascinating, and I also enjoyed the view of kites flying at Botany Bay.
Thanks Kathy those white boulders there are fascinating
Lovely paintings, we live down the road in Herne Bay so know this area well 😊