EARLY MORNING AT FORMBY GOLF CLUB 2 – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

Getting ready to go on holiday, I got an email from someone wanting a painting of a local golf course for a present. Unfortunately I had sold it some time ago, but suggested I could do another version. The client seemed to be happy with the result above.

And the pressure continued as I also agreed to change my small exhibition at the framers. It’s only a few paintings but you need to reframe and sort out labels etc. The photo I took is marred by reflections, unfortunately.

When I get back from holiday I have quite a big exhibition at the back end of March so I was putting paintings in what frames I had left, though I will need the frames from this exhibition and some that I have ordered to put on the exhibition – 30 paintings in all. With all the running around at least I am fairly well sorted and have sold a couple of paintings this year to boot – so we are off to a reasonable start. Now Thailand beckons – hopefully I will be able to paint a few pictures to put on the blog.

Other paintings are available for sale on my website: grahammcquadefineart.com

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11 thoughts on “EARLY MORNING AT FORMBY GOLF CLUB 2 – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

    • Thanks Warren. You produced a lovely set of paintings and sketches. I enjoyed them and they whetted my appetite. We have just arrived and I have a couple of sketches to post.
      It seems very cold at home – I dont envy you. I hope it’s warmed up by the time I return.

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    • Thanks Shawn. That was the original reason I sat under the tree and painted it. I put a couple of golfers in on a later version and that is what the purchasers like – well that and the clubhouse.

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