DUNES AT THE ALT ESTUARY- PASTEL PAINTING

It’s a while since I last had the pastels out and I wanted to do some paintings of the Sefton Beach, so I thought that they might be just right for the marram grasses.

This is the view where the River Alt empties into the Mersey Estuary and in the distance the Wirral, across the estuary. On a good day you can see the Welsh hills. Just around the near headland is Gormley’s, Another Place, which has the figures looking out into the blue of the distance.

Other local paintings are available on my website: grahammcquadefineart.com

8 thoughts on “DUNES AT THE ALT ESTUARY- PASTEL PAINTING

    • Thanks. I find changing medium can refresh you and sometimes makes you use your normal medium in a different way. I started out using different media in life drawing sessions. It was a good way to get to understand them.

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