The Gloucestershire village of Naunton is about six miles east of Stow-on-the-Wold, set among rolling hills in this part of the Cotswolds. The main road from Stow runs to the south of the village and you need to turn off to drive into the village if coming from this direction. Probably best known to walkers […]
Another fine sunny day and I took the opportunity to go to the picturesque village of Bibury in the Cotswolds to draw a well known view – Arlington Row. Today I drew a slightly different view of these old workers cottages- sitting in the shade at the southern end of the row. Also below a […]
Today finishing a watercolour version of a sketch I did a few days ago. This a view from the approach to the small town of Charlbury, which is on the eastern fringes of the Cotswolds. For comparison here is a view of my original sketch of Charlbury in-situ.
After a series of boaty posts here is a view of St. Peter’s Church at Upper Slaughter in the Cotswolds. A slightly different approach for me but I quite like the ‘spiky’ trees and grassy bank on this one. Upper Slaughter is a picturesque village not too far from Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold. Beyond the church […]
Another view of the cottages at Arlington Row in the Cotswold village of Bibury – or at least another attempt by me to produce a better watercolour of this view. Bibury is best known for the view of this row of what used to be workers’ cottages but it also has other attractions – such […]