An entrance to the Indoor Market, Oxford

Experimenting a little today. Here’s my watercolour of one of the entrances to the Oxford Indoor Market (otherwise known as The Covered Market). This is one of a series from around the city, but I’d thought I’d have a go at that roof structure – not easy to do but worth it – If you […]

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Sketching – from the Saxon Tower to Boswells

Sketching today in Oxford. A broody sort of day but managing to sketch for half-an-hour or so without getting interupted. Even managing to sing along with the guy playing guitar there though perhaps less tunefully. This is a view from the Saxon Tower at St. Michaels to Boswells department store and Waterstones on the corner. […]

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Cobblers Corner, Cheltenham

Cheltenham is a Spa town with echoes of past architectural glories dating back to Regency times. Like a lot of more prosperous English towns, its main shopping areas have been extensively redeveloped to incorporate quite a few large and shiney new stores and arcades. Thankfully some of the past vernacular survives – and is hopefully […]

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Carfax Scooter

My watercolour study of a Yamaha delivery scooter – seen parked up next to Carfax in central Oxford. Delivery scooters are fairly common around certain parts of Oxford – usually zapping down the Cowley Road or parked up waiting for business next to St. Michael’s at the Northgate. This one a little off the beaten […]

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Borough Market, London

Walking along the river in London – and through a busy and bustling Borough Market in Southwark. Here’s my watercolour view of the market – with the Shard towering above the market and surrounding area in the background.

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