Back to Faringdon – a new panorama

Our bright English Spring seems to temporarily waning again, at least for a while, so I’ve been out trying to make the most of things. I returned to the old coaching town of Faringdon to try my hand at another panorama. This is how I got on. Faringdon Old Town Hall and the Market Square […]

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Sketching Faringdon, part 3

My last couple of posts have been about sketching in the Market Square in Faringdon, Oxfordshire. I’ve since been back and drawn a third part to add to this panorama – this is the drawing below… If you are wondering why the building on the right has been left largely undrawn it’s because it is […]

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Sketching Faringdon part 2

In my last post I was drawing part of this old coaching town’s historic core from a bench in the Market place. Yesterday I went back to do some more drawing while the Sun was still shining and this post shows my progress with this so far. This is pretty much as far as I […]

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Sketching Faringdon

The weather is gradually getting just a little more Spring-like, although still cold. With sunshine pretty much all day today I decided to venture out to the old coaching town of Faringdon, which is about 18 miles west of Oxford. This is a town that still possesses quite a bit of character and has many […]

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Drawing in the city at Carfax, Oxford

On a cloudy day that threatened rain, I ventured into Oxford to see how the world is getting along. With Covid loosening its grip the city is becoming busy again, noticeably so over the past couple of weeks. Perhaps people just want to get out, spend money and get on with their lives? I took […]

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